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I bought the 2.5" front kit for my 06. Went on good and rides just like stock. The parts are all billet and hardware is of good quality. I am happy with my purchase!
 

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I have one of there lifts to. There prices are great for the amount of billet parts in ther kits. If you go to there store they have a lot of good kits.
 

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anyone got pics of the 250s with this 2.5in leveling kit...also you wouldnt need a alignment after would u bein a stright axle??? was thinkin of liftin mine up but wouldnt you only need 1" blocks in rear to make it level?
 

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how long did it take you guys to install the front 2.5" pucks?

how long for rear blocks?
 

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I did my Icon 2.5" springs and shocks in a couple hours, it shouldn't take you much longer than that.
 

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cool hopefully with an extra hand it wont take that long
 

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I put their 2" kit on mine, because I felt like my 2.5" readylift made the front end too high. It took me around 2 hours to drop both axles by myself. I didn't have it aligned either, I just adjusted the steering wheel to get it back straight.
 

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I put the newton 2.5" leveling kit in the front and superlift 2" add a leaf in the rear and it sits perfect on my f250!
 
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