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2009-2018 F150 ProRyde Adjustable Leveling Kit

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Versatile Leveling Machine Design

Adding a leveling kit is all well and good, but that novelty wears off when the inexpensive strut mount spacers of most kits don't get your truck the advertised ride height. ProRYDE's leveling machine is a completely adjustable leveling kit that can raise your truck's ride height by 1.5" to 2.25" so that you never need to take the risk of your new wheel and tire combo not fitting on your 2009-2018 F150. ProRYDE's kit is basically a strut mount spacer with a unique internal design that allows you to adjust your truck's ride height with just the turn of a wrench. The kit allows you to fit on up to 33" tires and is a perfect way to get assured clearance.

Hassle-Free Installation and Operation

ProRYDE's leveling machine kit is made out of high-strength steel that's all electro-coated to prevent corrosion in just about any climate. The kit uses a patent-pending Helix drive design that expands and contracts by tuning the system's top nut with a standard 1/2" drive socket. ProRYDE's leveling machine kit easily installs on top of your factory mount and does not require cutting down your stock mounting bolts for fitment. Each kit comes with high-grade installation hardware and instructions.

  • 2004-2018 Ford F150 2WD
  • 2009-2018 Ford F150 4WD
  • 2003-2014 Expedition

2014-2018 F150 Install Note: this spacer kit requires the removal of your F150's front struts for installation. Please contact Stage 3 directly at 1-877-578-2433 with any questions or concerns.

Expedition Fitment: this kit will not fit Expeditions equipped with Ford OEM Air Suspension Systems. Please ensure that your Expedition is not equipped with a factory air suspension system before ordering.

5 Stars
2014 f150 fx4
The pro ride level kit does not lack in quality . The instructions were helpful. The only pain in the butt is that you need to use a spring compressor to install correctly .
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