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Old 09-05-2015, 02:55 PM   #1
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Hello - I'm sure this has been covered here extensively so if someone could link me to the appropriate threat I would appreciate it.

Is there a general consensus on the best/best value for leveling kit? How much can I expect the install to cost? If it matters it's a 2010 supercrew Lariat 4wd
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There are a lot of different opinions on leveling kits and it comes down to how much you are willing to spend. You can spend less than 100 and add a spacer about the strut or spend 1500 plus and buy high end replacements.

I have the Rancho Quicklifts and have had no problems. They made enough room to put on a 315/70r17 tire with no rubbing. Of course mine are tucked in and don't stick out like some. Can't remember how much I spent but I believe it was less than 500 with the 9000 rear shocks. Got a mail-in rebate when I bought them.
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I ended up going with a 2" Hell Bent Steel. Cost me $80 shipped. A lot of people on here go with Auto Spring. They make their spacers with a slight offset which eliminates the UCA from striking the strut tower at full droop, which of course never happens unless your baja'ing the damn truck. I've done this install 3 times now and i will say after the first time, its cake. Better off doing it yourself, Unless you know of a shop you can trust. I am stationed in El Paso and all the shops here are hacks, so i do not trust anyone but myself.
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+1 for autospring if you want to go the spacer route. My1.5" has been great so far. Good customer service too. Mine was less than 100 shipped from stage 3. Alignment cost me almost that much.
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I have the Autospring 2.5 complete level/lift with add a leaf's in the rear instead of blocks. I love it so far. Ride is marginally stiffer, but my back end barely notices the boat when I hook it up.
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