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80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit

80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
80-97 Ford F-250 / F-350, Complete Performance 2WD Leveling Kit
  • Part Number: CP.2WD.LK
  • Est. Ship Time: TEXAS DISASTER- Up to 2 week delay
$125.00

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Complete Performance 80-97 OBS Ford 2wd Level Kit

2 inch Leveling Kit

This kit is designed to level your 2WD OBS out. 

Features an machined aluminum spacer for precision fit and installation. The aluminum construction will not deform or deteriorate over time like other leveling kits on the market. A zinc-plated steel spring retainer stud extender is included to insure proper fit and function.

Easy to install! Even better is that you now can get the leveling lift you want all while maintaining the factory ride!

Requires Front end Alignment

Fits:

1980-1997 F250-F350 2wd trucks

*** NOT TO BE USED IN CONJUNCTION WITH NEW SPRINGS***

 Some Notes about Alignment

These trucks were built in the 90's, quality control was not what it is today. Each truck will require a different degree of caster/camber bushing.

The Twin I-beam suspension works great in stock form, but does not take to lifting or lowering well. 2 to 2.5 inches is all the lift or drop you can get from springs or a leveling spacer.

 When using our level kit you will have to get an alignment and often times over a 2.5 degree bushing is required. From what we have found the adjustable bushings available online will not give you the degrees needed.

 We do not sell the bushings at this time, it is best for the alignment shop to do this so that they get exactly the bushings they need per the measurements they get off your truck.

***Lastly, We have also found thought research some I-Beams have a thicker casting ridge on them than others and when installing high degree bushings the knuckle can come in to contact with said ridge. This ridge offers no structural support and can be ground smooth to allow for full range of motion.

 *** We assume no responsibility of damages or loss due to suspension modification

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