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Auto Spring
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30.77%
Daystar
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0%
Halo Lifts
5
19.23%
Rough Country
8
30.77%
ReadyLift
0
0%
ProRyde
0
0%
Rugged Off-Road
0
0%
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Which Level Kit and Why

 
Old 02-12-2019, 04:02 PM
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Default Which Level Kit and Why

I have searched and scrolled through all of the level kits I could find. They are all the same... A picture of a truck and the level kit used.

My questions is why you chose that kit and what makes it better than the rest of them?

I am currently looking at the Auto Spring 2" kit for a 2019 XLT.
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Zone 2in level for me. This is the second F150 I have had with Zone spacers. The reason for that brand is plain and simply because that is what my dealer installs.
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I went with the Teraflex with the rear adjustable towing shocks and could not be happier, it's spendy, I have some of their products on my Jeep.
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Just get the cheapest one. They are all the same.
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Originally Posted by joshd472 View Post
Just get the cheapest one. They are all the same.
Ha ha! I had this thought in the back of my head... Just figured I'd get some others' opinions!
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I bought s $45 set and they've been on 45,000+ miles with no issues.
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I used the auto spring one because it was the cheapest one available when I bought it. There is very little difference between them.
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I wanted to maintain some rake so I got a 1" spacer from Summit Racing for $25.
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If doing the spacers, the cheapest are fine.

I did bilsteins and don't regret it at all
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