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Old 01-24-2011, 03:10 AM
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how can i make my work truck look good?

i own and operate a small landscaping business and use my personal truck (2010 F350) as my business truck as well. i want it to look good but at the same time be functional. i am trying to decide how much of a leveling kit i can get on the front without having the rear of the truck sag to much when towing a full load. i plan to eventually have a goose neck dump/utility trailer to haul my skid steer, material, and tools around but as of now i just tow my skid steer on a conventional towed trailer with the tools in the bed. yes, in case any one is thinking "have you loaded everything on the truck and measured the difference?" i mainly ask because where i plan to have a goose neck later and was just wondering if it made a difference for anyone else. so has anyone else put a leveling kit on a F350 and how many inches added, while still being able to haul without having a reverse rake?
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oh i forgot to say that when i did measure while loaded i figured 2-2.5 inches could be max but again want to see what other people have used so i know if that's to much.
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