This is a discussion on Leveling Kits. Who’s got em within the 2nd Gen F150 Ecoboost forums, part of the 2nd Gen F150 Ecoboost Forum (2015+) category; Just purchased this 2019 F-150 4X4 and I’m looking into leveling kit for the front. Debating on a 2inch or 2 1/2inch Kit. Who’s got ...
Just purchased this 2019 F-150 4X4 and I’m looking into leveling kit for the front. Debating on a 2inch or 2 1/2inch Kit. Who’s got what ?
2013 Ingot Silver SuperCrew XLT - Texas Edition, 3.5L EcoBoost, 3.31 e-locker, AEM drop-in filter, Self-fabricated grill insert, AVS low-profile vent shades, Falken Wildpeak A/T3W 265/70/18, BakFlip G2 tri-fold bed cover
Just do it the easy way and get Bilstien 5100 all the way around and set the front on the highest setting. The handling will be better and the rear end won't jump around on washboard roads.
Right now I'm running a 2.5" spacer but have the new 5100's in the garage waiting to go on. Right now mine sits perfectly (or as close to) level but I want to get some of the rake back so the front is coming down about 3/4".
2015 Ingot Silver - 3.5 Ecoboost FX4
You’re beating a dead horse man. Definitely one of the most discussed topics on here.
I have a MotoFab 2.5 level on my truck, and it's too much. It looks like the truck has a little squat. I have an add a leaf kit to install on the rear to bring it up some and fix that.
2016 2.7 4x4 screw
I'm seriously considering leveling my truck.... The other way. I've always been about lifts and big tires, but I can't break this feeling that my truck would like T!TS with the rear lowered to level. I've never lowered before. Anyone have any advice?
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I've done aftermarket coilovers for levels on trucks and the pucks, the coilovers or Mets better for a ride quality. In other words I would never use pucks again.
Now if your truck is pretty much a street truck it won't make a whole lot of difference
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Last edited by Sirikenewtron; 05-05-2019 at 11:27 PM.
Traded the old 2013 XLT S. Crew cab 4x4 on its 4the engine
For a 2017 crew cab sport stx 2.7 and couldn't be happier