Ordered a 2022 350 carbonized gray.

Personally, I like the stock rake, wheels and tires (after 500 miles when they’ve broken in). It’s so tall as it is, if I were to level I think I would lower the rear instead of lifting the front, as many here have done.
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Personally, I like the stock rake, wheels and tires (after 500 miles when they’ve broken in). It’s so tall as it is, if I were to level I think I would lower the rear instead of lifting the front, as many here have done.View attachment 23796
I assume the first 500 miles are the shakes that people are taking about ??
 
I am awaiting the arrival of my 2022 carbon gray 350 tremor. Curious what everyone did on the 21 for leveling ? Also, what you found for wheels and tires being the best. I don’t necessarily want to lift it more just looking for it to be level.
If you're ever going to tow, then don't level it.
 
Left the rake as is. New tires and rims.
 

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Someone please correct me if I’m wrong but I believe it is just about the same truck. The only difference between the F250 and the F350 is the GVWR and about $1000.
 
Someone please correct me if I’m wrong but I believe it is just about the same truck. The only difference between the F250 and the F350 is the GVWR and about $1000.
That’s my understanding. Some say the 250 rides smoother. My thought is For a 1000$ why not have the the 350?
 
Someone please correct me if I’m wrong but I believe it is just about the same truck. The only difference between the F250 and the F350 is the GVWR and about $1000.
Those and the badges by the doors. That’s the only real difference between them when comparing the same engine setup between the 250 and 350 Tremors.
 
That’s my understanding. Some say the 250 rides smoother. My thought is For a 1000$ why not have the the 350?
The 250 Tremor should not ride any different than a 350, they are virtually identical. In my case, by sticking with the 250 it saves me a reasonable amount of money in yearly registration fees and allows me to avoid more strict regulations and weigh stations in the Communistwealth of Pennsylvania where I currently reside. I’m also not planning on regularly towing or hauling anything that would require the additional legal payload. For the handful of times I might be borderline overweight, the knowledge that my truck can handle the extra weight is more than sufficient. ???
 
The 250 Tremor should not ride any different than a 350, they are virtually identical. In my case, by sticking with the 250 it saves me a reasonable amount of money in yearly registration fees and allows me to avoid more strict regulations and weigh stations in the Communistwealth of Pennsylvania where I currently reside. I’m also not planning on regularly towing or hauling anything that would require the additional legal payload. For the handful of times I might be borderline overweight, the knowledge that my truck can handle the extra weight is more than sufficient. ???
That pretty much sums up how I’m thinking about it. I was initially in the market for a F350 because there have been times where I have maxed out the capacity of my current F250. However, I was unaware that the required tow package option for the Tremor option is basically an under the sheets upgrade to the F350 without the badge.
 
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