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Old 01-21-2019, 09:20 PM
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Cool 2WD Leveling Kit

Does anyone know of the availability of a leveling kit for a 2019 F250 2WD?
 
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Old 01-21-2019, 09:55 PM
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There was a thread about this last week or week prior. The only thing available is the leveling pucks. They suck on the 2wd. You can install them, and they will raise the nose of the truck, but the trade off really isnt worth it. I had a buddy that installed them and he took them off later that summer. He had the 2” pucks. You can “align” the truck with bushings, but it will never be right. He had tire wear issues and the bumpsteer was pretty bad. I beams are just a bad design to try and lift using spacers or longer coils. There just isnt enough adjustment in the alignment. Id suggest that if you really want to do it, spend a little time researching it. There is very little info out there about it, but there are guys who leveled older 2 wd SD’s with the pucks. I have personally called every big name AM suspension company and no one is planning on making anything for the 2wd trucks.
 
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Old 01-21-2019, 10:08 PM
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https://weldtecdesigns.com/ this dude was suggested on the last thread about this. He may be worth giving a call. They said that he has successfully lifted 2wd SD’s
 
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Old 01-21-2019, 10:41 PM
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Was running 295/65/18s 33.3” on my 2011 2wd. Seen people run 275/65/20 34.1” on the same truck but maybe a little stuffed looking.


Suggesting maybe try a bigger tire and see how it looks.
 
 


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