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How to Install a Leveling kit on a 2009-2014 F-150

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Old 02-20-2014, 12:19 PM   #1
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Default How to Install a Leveling kit on a 2009-2014 F-150

Here is a video I made to help those creeping along the border line of having to take it to a shop to get it installed or do it yourself. This job requires only a few tools and can be done within 2 hours on a slow day. [youtube]gXwS0UsGWMc[/youtube]

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Same setup as 04-08 also from what i could tell
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This doesn't apply to the 2014's. The lower strut mount has changed and it makes the install a little more difficult. The Subject line for this post should read for the 2009-2013 F-150.
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So simple even a chevman can do it
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After installing the leveling kit have you noticed a change in the ride? Also did you get an alignment as some others have claimed is necessary? I'm tackling this on Saturday on an 09 F150 SCAB.
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After installing the leveling kit have you noticed a change in the ride? Also did you get an alignment as some others have claimed is necessary? I'm tackling this on Saturday on an 09 F150 SCAB.
I have an 09 scab 2wd and i just did a bilstien level cranked all the away and the ride feels like the truck is more planted and stable to me and youll need alignment
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