Hell Bent Steel Ford F150 2″ Billet Aluminum Leveling/Lift Kits (PN:220-200-001-AL)

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Features

  • Ford F150 Billet Aluminum 2 inch leveling kit for 2004-2013 trucks. HBS leveling kits fit both 2WD and 4WD models. This kit will NOT fit the Heritage Edition or Raptor. This is the only kit HBS offers for the 2009-2012 models.
  • Made in the USA! Lifetime warranty on all parts and a 100% satisfaction guarantee!
  • Our billet aluminum Ford F-150 leveling spacers are precision CNC machined from 6061-T6 aluminum. HBS uses OEM style GRADE 10.9 pressed in studs are stronger than grade 5 or grade 8 studs used by other manufacturers. Our studs are custom-designed, American-made broaching studs for superior strength. OEM style GRADE 10.9 top-lock flange nuts are included with every kit to ensure a proper torque specification can be met on install and maintained throughout wear.
  • Installation takes 1-2 hours with common shop tools. No spring compressor is required. Your truck will need to be aligned after installation.
  • Natural silver color.

Product Details

  • ASIN: B0085XNY0M
  • Item model number: 639767823357
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Product Description

Hell Bent Steel offers the highest-quality billet aluminum 2 inch Leveling/Lift Kit for 2004-2012 Ford F-150 trucks. This is the only kit HBS offers for the 2009-2012 models. Hell Bent Steel strut extension spacers will lift the front of your truck and allow for larger tires. The spacers will not deteriorate or decrease in height over time. This is the high-quality F-150 leveling kit you have been searching for. The leveling spacers will not affect your factory smooth ride. HBS leveling kits are designed and tested with 33 inch tires on factory wheels. However, we have many customers who have reported running 35 inch tires without any problems. Please read our leveling kit FAQ's for more information. NOTE: The thickness of the spacer is 1.25 inch. Due to the design of the independent suspension of the truck, when you extend the strut by 1.25 inch the angle of the strut becomes steeper allowing the truck to experience approximately 2 inches of lift. It is the combination of extending the strut and the change in angle that gives the 2 inches of lift. Remember that the installation is not complete until you have had the truck aligned, this is when you will see the true 2-inch lift that you are expecting.

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