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2009-2014 F150 Leveling Kits

Leveling kits are some of the most popular suspension products for your truck and are an excellent way to squeeze some larger wheel and tire combinations onto your aggressive F150 build without all the hassles or long install of a complete F150 lift kit. 2009 to 2014 F150 leveling kits come in several different designs that range from pretty basic strut mount spacers to adjustable leveling machines to impressive adjustable coilovers that can get your truck up to 3" of frontal lift. These kits are perfect for street and daily-driven F150s that want an aggressive look, though a few of our front lift kits are perfectly adequate for off-road applications, especially when paired with performance rear shocks and other suspension hardware. After you're through with our F150 leveling kits, take a look at our 2009 to 2014 F150 lift kits, 2009 to 2014 F150 Brake Upgrades, or our 2009 to 2014 F150 Off-Road Bumpers.
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2009-2014 Ford F150 Daystar 2" Leveling Kit
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2004-2014 F150 2WD/4WD Ready Lift 1.5" Leveling Kit
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2004-2014 F150 2WD/4WD Ready Lift 2" Leveling Kit
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2004-2014 F150 2WD Ready Lift 2.5" Leveling Kit
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2009-2014 F150 ProRyde Adjustable Leveling Kit
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2014 F150 Auto Spring 1.5" Front Leveling Kit
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2009-2014 F150 4WD FOX 2.0 IFP Rear Shocks (Pair)
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2009-2014 F150 2WD FOX 2.0 IFP Rear Shocks (Pair)
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2009-2013 F150 2WD ICON Front Coilover Kit
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2009-2013 F150 4WD ICON Front Coilover Kit
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2014 F150 4WD ICON Front Coilover Kit
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2004-2014 F150 ICON Rear 2.0 Aluminum Series Shock
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2009-2013 F150 4WD Bilstein 5100 Adjustable Shock Kit
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2009-2014 F150 2WD / 4WD Zone Offroad 2" Lift Kit
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2004-2014 F150 4WD Auto Spring 3" Rear Lift Kit
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Spacer Leveling Kits vs. Coilover Leveling Kits

It's an age-old debate, and we'll be truthful up front: we're aren't going to solve it for you. Still, the question gets asked more times than just about any other in regards to F150 leveling kits, so we thought we'd at least address it. Which is better, spacer kits or coilover kits? Both have their advantages and disadvantages when it comes to performance, ride quality, price point, and other factors, so an easy answer to which is actually "better" doesn't really exist. That being said, there are some things to keep in mind when it comes time to choose a leveling system for your 2009 to 2014 F150.

Spacer Leveling Kits:

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Advantages:

  • Low Cost
  • Simple Kits
  • Smooth Ride
  • Good for street trucks

Disadvantages::

  • Do not improve performance
  • Can produce bouncy turning
  • Some kits require cutting your stock studs
  • Throw off CV & UCA angles
  • Not great for off-road applications

First up, spacer kits. Spacer leveling kits are nothing new, and are a trusty and popular way to get some extra front ride height out of your truck. Spacer kits add some extra front lift without too many hassles or fuss and usually keep your truck's street ride near stock. They're also extraordinarily inexpensive, with most kits costing several times less than a full leveling shock/spring assembly or coilover kit. They do, however, have a couple of issues. The biggest problem with spacer kits is that they aren't a performance improvement. Spacers "only" add front height. They don't improve rebound, response, articulation, or ride quality in any way. The other issue that's common with spacers is bouncy turning, some extra NVH (especially with metal spacer kits), and that a few kits require cutting your truck's factory studs. Basically, spacers are a goo choice if you're on a budget and aren't really going to be yanking your F150 around too hard on the street or off of pavement.

Coilover Leveling Kits:

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Advantages:

  • Maintain or improve performance
  • Some kits are adjustable
  • Easy installations for most kits
  • Good for off-road use
  • Plenty of room to grow

Disadvantages:

  • More expensive than spacers
  • Can be hard to dial in
  • Performance coilovers have a stiff ride
  • Capability can vary wildly

So now we come to leveling shock assemblies and coilovers. These kits are our preferred method of raising front ride height due to the fact that you usually get improved suspension performance out of strut and spring or coilover leveling kit, unlike typical spacers. Most loaded shock/spring kits and coilovers are extremely easy to install and drop right in place of your factory hardware. Coilover kits are especially powerful and are basically the "go-to" systems for getting improved off-road performance. These kits also give you plenty of ways to further improve your truck, allowing you to save up for improved rear shocks, UCAs, rear blocks, or other hardware to get even better performance. Still, these systems have a few drawbacks. Principle of which is their cost. Even the most basic shock/spring leveling kit is double the price of the simplest spacer kits, and more capable hardware can clear out your piggy bank very quickly. While we say generally that coilover kits improve performance, their abilities can vary from one extreme to another from brand to brand and type to type. It's extremely important that you do your research and find the system that meets your needs. The last issue is really only for really powerful off-road coilover kits, but it's not uncommon for those systems to stiffen up the street ride of your truck. I wouldn't call it "bad," but there's a noticeable difference. It's like being in a car with a basic lowering spring kit. I like it, personally, but if you're expecting a baby smooth ride, you're not going to be very happy.



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