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Old 09-28-2013, 02:06 PM
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The best investment so far on my 2013 f250 6.7. My 3/4 ton now rides like my 2wd 1/2.... Soft and smooth. Current setting is on #3 for highway non towing .
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I heard Rancho made some decent stuff.

I wish they would get a little more elaborate on their suspension liftkits.
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The best investment so far on my 2013 f250 6.7. My 3/4 ton now rides like my 2wd 1/2.... Soft and smooth. Current setting is on #3 for highway non towing .
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I heard Rancho made some decent stuff.

I wish they would get a little more elaborate on their suspension liftkits.
We are always tweaking and working on our systems. I don't see us every getting into really tall systems, honestly though.
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If I use these on my 03 F350 4x4 do I need longer than stock for my front 2.5" lift/leveling kit? It's just a shackle lift using stock springs.
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If I use these on my 03 F350 4x4 do I need longer than stock for my front 2.5" lift/leveling kit? It's just a shackle lift using stock springs.
For a 2.5" lift 2003 350 4x4:

RS999264XL front
RS999254XL rear
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