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Leveling kit

Bruce

Member
May 28, 2015
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30
Truck Year
2015
Anyone have any pre/post leveling kit pics?

Why isn't the truck level to begin with? I'm guessing so drivers are level after adding a payload.

Thanks
 

Giuseppe

New Member
Jan 27, 2016
13
5
Truck Year
2015
I installed a 2 inch leveling kit myself and it was easy. 80 bucks with shipping from hell bent steel. It makes a big difference in appearance and didn't change my ride
 

BoostN

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Jul 27, 2013
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I installed a 2 inch leveling kit myself and it was easy. 80 bucks with shipping from hell bent steel. It makes a big difference in appearance and didn't change my ride

Which leveling kit did you go with?
 

jdn112011

Well-Known Member
Oct 18, 2015
1,202
310
Truck Year
2015
Say on your opinion could you run 35" with 2.5 leveling kit
I run skinny 35's with factory suspension. Perfect clearance.

Most 35 is actually 34.5

I run 275/65R20 which is 34.47.

But it's a ~10.9? (Measured on an 8" rim by cooper, my Laramie longhorn rims are 9 witch stretches it a touch wider) Section width instead of 35x12.5 very few brands make the 35x11.5 (nitto is one of the only) that actually fits with factory rim Tire and offset. No spacers
 
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