ofcourse, but when your on a budget a leveling kit works.
I would say a 2.5 should be good, but IMO don't get a 3 inch. I've seen some 3 inchers that look good, but on most of them the nose just sets to high for me. Another thing you can do is put add a leafs on the back to lift the back a little to.
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what kinda leveling kit would you guys suggest? i know autospring is talked about a lot on here and hell bent steel is cheap but i want something good that will last even if it means more money and i cant find where to purchase an autospring leveling kit on there site can someone help me 08 subercab 5.4 v8 xlt
Auto Spring you have to call them. I got mine for $90 shipped and put them on and i didnt see a change in my ride at all bc i was already running a 6" lift kit and 35s so i didnt see a change beside the front sat level. If your looking for the nice smooth ride quality in a truck then go ahead get the bilsteins but IMO i dont think they are worth buying to make the truck ride better and to get a lift out of it. BC to me a truck doesnt need to be a smoother ride then what it already is. So i say just get the Auto Spring leveling kit no bigger than 2.5 and install the thing yourself. But then again others have their opinions on this im sure. But in the long run do what you think is going to make you happy
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