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Old 02-09-2010, 10:30 PM
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New 2-Wheel drive leveling kit on ebay

Most two-wheel drive leveling spacers are made from polyurethane or UHMW. I was checking out ebay recently and came across a kit where the spacers were made from billet aluminum.



FORD F250 F350 SUPER DUTY 2WD 2" LEVELING LIFT KIT FB2 : eBay Motors (item 110488105005 end time Mar-01-10 08:17:44 PST)

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This is what I've been looking for...
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Price is only a few bucks more than the other types too. Surprised me. Made me happy when I clicked "Buy it now"



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I looked all over the internet for that about a year ago and gave up and installed a poly one last summer.
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Price is only a few bucks more than the other types too. Surprised me. Made me happy when I clicked "Buy it now"



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I clicked it also...
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perfect! I'm buying a set right now!
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I bought this exact kit from these guys back in October. Great quality. I liked the idea of using billet aluminum rather than polyurethane. Very happy with them.
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Wow, says you can go up to 35" tires. Is that right?
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Here are some pics. I have 265/75/16's (for now, need to save up for 285's) and have about 7" from the top of the wheel to the fender and about 4" on each side.

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Here are some pics. I have 265/75/16's (for now, need to save up for 285's) and have about 7" from the top of the wheel to the fender and about 4" on each side.
How was the install? Did you have to get your truck lined up afterwards?
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Those look a heck of a lot better then those black plastic blocks. One question I have tho is the buy it now price different then the price advertised? I have never bought anything off of ebay and was just curious. Also those spacers are about have the price of the poly units!!!
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Those look a heck of a lot better then those black plastic blocks.
That's one reason I posted them. They look better, and the billet aluminum will last longer than the UHMW or poly blocks.

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One question I have tho is the buy it now price different then the price advertised? I have never bought anything off of ebay and was just curious.
Different price? I only see one asking price, the $59.99.

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Also those spacers are about have the price of the poly units!!!
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Well, that and my wife...but this is a family forum.

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perfect! I'm buying a set right now!
Jorge, thanks for the reps. I gotta question tho bro, in the comment section you said this is what you want for your next truck. Are you getting another truck?

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Awsome find....Thanks Stewart
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Great find Stewart!!! Just bought a set. Thanks.




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