Leveled 2020 Tremor

mmuglia

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I picked up a new 2020 F250 Lariat Tremor last week and I just installed the Rough Country 1.5" level blocks. I tow a trailer and wanted to make sure the front wasn't going to be higher when towing, so that's why I went with the 1.5" kit. These are the measurements for my truck:

Measurements to wheel well:
Stock Front: 42"
Stock Rear: 45"

Front with trailer connected and bed loaded: 42.5"
Rear with trailer connected and bed loaded: 44"

Leveled front: 43.5"
Rear: 44.5"

The truck still has 1" of rake, which should be perfect for towing.
 

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Cliff1620

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Can you link the part you bought? I’m looking at their website and it says it’s not compatible with the Tremor package.
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I picked up a new 2020 F250 Lariat Tremor last week and I just installed the Rough Country 1.5" level blocks. I tow a trailer and wanted to make sure the front wasn't going to be higher when towing, so that's why I went with the 1.5" kit. These are the measurements for my truck:

Measurements to wheel well:
Stock Front: 42"
Stock Rear: 45"

Front with trailer connected and bed loaded: 42.5"
Rear with trailer connected and bed loaded: 44"

Leveled front: 43.5"
Rear: 44.5"

The truck still has 1" of rake, which should be perfect for towing.
Can you post some pictures with the trailer hooked up? I want to do a level kit but I don't want the front to end up higher than the rear when towing.
 
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mmuglia

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Can you post some pictures with the trailer hooked up? I want to do a level kit but I don't want the front to end up higher than the rear when towing.
My trailer is at the cottage. I took the measurements when I was there this past weekend. I'll get a picture with the level kit and trailer connected when I go back to the cottage in a few weeks.
 
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mmuglia

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Whyte Rhyno

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Easiest way yo level the truck is to jump it off a dune. Bend the rear half of the frame upward. Lowers the rear end. No need to modify the suspension and it's free
 
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