Tremor leveling kit

Tremor_Mike9

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Got the exact same kit installed last night. I love the look and it kept almost exactly 1” of rake, thanks for the advice. Now I just can’t decide to try and keep stock rims and go 315/70r18, swap wheels and go 35/12.50 or 37/12.50s. Any advice appreciated
 

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Just installed a Readylift 66-2726 on my wife's 2020 tremor. Like others, even though it says it won't work on a tremor its absolutely fine. No camber/caster slugs needed. No death wobble. Stock truck without the rake. Its only $270 on Amazon and comes with the track bar relocation bracket.
Thank you for posting this! My wife had me second-guessing the 1.5" Readylift I ordered, saying it would look better closer to level. Just ordered 66-2726 on Amazon with that great price and 1-day free shipping.
 

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Got the exact same kit installed last night. I love the look and it kept almost exactly 1” of rake, thanks for the advice. Now I just can’t decide to try and keep stock rims and go 315/70r18, swap wheels and go 35/12.50 or 37/12.50s. Any advice appreciated
Just my .02 but I've always preferred factory wheels especially in this case since these wheels are specific to this package. The factory wheels are actually fairly lightweight compared to lots of other combinations. Also, being a former Ford tech I know most of the wheels cost $800-$1000 each if you were to price them at the dealership. Most of the popular aftermarket wheels are $300-$500 each so I could never justify taking off something more expensive to install something cheaper which is completely esthetic in the first place. Again, just my opinion. Good luck
 

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Just my .02 but I've always preferred factory wheels especially in this case since these wheels are specific to this package. The factory wheels are actually fairly lightweight compared to lots of other combinations. Also, being a former Ford tech I know most of the wheels cost $800-$1000 each if you were to price them at the dealership. Most of the popular aftermarket wheels are $300-$500 each so I could never justify taking off something more expensive to install something cheaper which is completely esthetic in the first place. Again, just my opinion. Good luck
Good points and I really do like the look of the stock rims. Just really wanted to go a bit bigger and wider on the tires. Anyone have first hand knowledge with a 315/70r18 on that stock 18x8 wheel? Think it would rub with the stock offset and being 12.4” wide tire? Does have leveling kit.
 

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Any Issue with the 1.5 readylift and towing a trailer or any Sort of load in the back? I really interested In this setup Any advice is greatly appreciative.
 

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I have a 2020 F250 Tremor 6.7L with High Capacity Trler Tow Pckg $2730 option.
The front was quite a bit lower in the front, I went with Carli leveling springs for diesel.
In the front the tire to fender measurement went from 8" to 10.125" Just over 2" higher.
The front sits about 0.50" lower than the rear, I did not touch the rear.
My factory front spring part number LC3L-5310-ATA
 

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Just installed a Readylift 66-2726 on my wife's 2020 tremor. Like others, even though it says it won't work on a tremor its absolutely fine. No camber/caster slugs needed. No death wobble. Stock truck without the rake. Its only $270 on Amazon and comes with the track bar relocation bracket.
Did you have to extend the brake lines?
 

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I don’t know if 4Wheel Parts used the shims. Alignment was part of the install package though. Just put the 37’s on today too. I love this truck.
Looks Great with the 37's. I'm like to do the same kit. Since Ready Lift says not for Tremor models, do you know if it affects your warranty?
 

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I have a 2020 F250 Tremor 6.7L with High Capacity Trler Tow Pckg $2730 option.
The front was quite a bit lower in the front, I went with Carli leveling springs for diesel.
In the front the tire to fender measurement went from 8" to 10.125" Just over 2" higher.
The front sits about 0.50" lower than the rear, I did not touch the rear.
My factory front spring part number LC3L-5310-ATA
With the Carli springs, did the ride improve over stock? Is it a smoother ride?
 

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The Godzilla badging looks great. That's the best one I've seen so far.
 

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Where did you get the badging? Looks great!
 

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They are progressive rate springs, and the ride is great. I have a camper on the way and didn't want a perfectly level truck for when i hook up to the camper pointing the nose in the air. That said, when you look at my truck it looks damn near level. I have seen some level kits that take the rake completely out and the trucks look nose high. (to me at least.) I would definitely choose these springs again.

Hey Warpath, would you happen to know the SKU numbers for the coil springs (RC) and track bar (Ready LIft)? I'm on the Rough Country website and the description says the coil springs aren't for the Tremor package. I've seen this stated for other manufacturers but people have still used them successfully. Thanks.
 

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I have a 2020 F250 Tremor 6.7L with High Capacity Trler Tow Pckg $2730 option.
The front was quite a bit lower in the front, I went with Carli leveling springs for diesel.
In the front the tire to fender measurement went from 8" to 10.125" Just over 2" higher.
The front sits about 0.50" lower than the rear, I did not touch the rear.
My factory front spring part number LC3L-5310-ATA
You have a pic of the truck with this installed?
 

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Truck looks Awesome! Is your level the Gas 3" System? How is the ride compared to stock?
Thanks!!! No my 7.3 is on the diesel system. The gas system was not out yet. To be honest once the suspension “settles” the ride is great! I bought mine in February 2020 and it already has 33k+ miles. I prefer the suspension to be a lil stiffer. I did talk to Carli as they were testing the gas system. They said it was about 30% difference in spring rate to the diesel system. I was going to change to the gas system when it came out. But I’m very happy with the diesel system and won’t change it.
 

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how do you like going up to 37s? Did you notice any power/performance loss?
Thanks!!! No my 7.3 is on the diesel system. The gas system was not out yet. To be honest once the suspension “settles” the ride is great! I bought mine in February 2020 and it already has 33k+ miles. I prefer the suspension to be a lil stiffer. I did talk to Carli as they were testing the gas system. They said it was about 30% difference in spring rate to the diesel system. I was going to change to the gas system when it came out. But I’m very happy with the diesel system and won’t change it.
Did you notice any power / performance loss when you went to 37s? I'm looking to do the same, just a little concerned since it a daily driver about 80 miles a day.
 

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how do you like going up to 37s? Did you notice any power/performance loss?

Did you notice any power / performance loss when you went to 37s? I'm looking to do the same, just a little concerned since it a daily driver about 80 miles a day.
To be honest I haven’t really noticed any loss. It still pulls hard in the higher RPM’s. I have the 7.3 gas with 4:30 gears. I have Lost about 1-2 MPG but that’s about it. I bought mine in late February 2020. As of now I have over 33k on it and wouldn’t change the truck at all.
 
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