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  1. Dave Arnold
    Dave Arnold at | | Reply

    Just got through installing your 4″lift on my 2017 .
    Long story short ,leave the stock blocks in the rear .
    The blocks that you include in the kit are to much.
    Personally, when I lift a truck I want the front a little higher than the rear.
    If you use the blocks the truck stink bugs bad.
    I realize that when you have a heavy load that the stink bug would be nice,but most people buy the lift for everyday looks.
    If you need to carry an load fill the air bags,youll need them anyway.

  2. Tony Mitidiero
    Tony Mitidiero at | | Reply

    I would like to know if anyone can tell me if 35″s on the stock rims will rub the radius arms at full lock. I do not know what the offset is on the stock rims and cannot seem to find anyone who knows.

    On my 14′ I had a Readylift leveling kit. They told me 35″s would work without rubbing and they were wrong. After spending $2k on tires I lived with it, but I’m not going down that road again. I would very much like to know with 100% certainty before buying the kit as I do wish to maintain the stock wheels if possible.



  3. Justin
    Justin at | | Reply

    I know this kit says it’s for 4 wheel drive but would it work with 2 wheel drive? I need a kit to fit 2wd

  4. Alexandre pilote
    Alexandre pilote at | | Reply

    Hi i just install my 4″ lift kit on my superdutu 250 and when i put on 4×4 in acceleration i can hear vibration at the front. Some body cab help me with that . I install the center bearing drop at the rear and on 2×4 every thing is perfect . When i installed the front arm i follow the instruction but i can swap the spacer by the back or the front i dont know if that can help tanks

  5. Nick J
    Nick J at | | Reply

    Hi, I was wondering if you could tell me what brand and model wheels are on the truck in the gallery for this lift. They look great!

  6. David
    David at | | Reply

    Does anyone know of BDS will be coming out with a 6 inch lift for the 2017 F250 line?? I’m currently torn between doing a 4 or 6 inch lift. But would prefer to purchase a BDS product. Thanks!

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