Reviewed By David S (BEMIDJI, MN) Reviewed for a 2008 Ford F-150 —3/19/2015 9:12 AM
I put the kit in this last week. Everything went as the instructions said and it took about 4 hours working at a conferrable pace as I have learned to do. The truck sits 3 inches higher; much more level and there is much better clearance. I had to put an extension on my plow mount and will have to adjust my headlights. I had the truck aligned as per the instructions. They did everything I wanted them to do.
Daystar Leveling Kit
Reviewed By Kevin T (ELKHORN, NE) Reviewed for a 2003 Chevy Tahoe —3/18/2015 8:25 PM
Kit worked great. I ordered 2" torsion keys for the front and 3/4" coil spacers for the back, then upgraded to 265/75r16's with no rubbing. The only bad part was getting the stock keys off, they were VERY rusted on so don't be surprised if you run into that problem. Another thing is that there are no instructions included for the rear coil spacers. I have installed coil spacers before so it wasn't a problem, but just a heads up. Overall very satisfied.
Nose Dive to Nose Dip
Reviewed By Gary S (Oxford, MS) Reviewed for a 2015 Chevy Silverado —2/20/2015 5:30 AM
If you want your 2015 Chevrolet level, a 2" Daystar Leveling Kit won't do it. Still has a little dip in the front. I did mine for looks, but if you are doing it for tires, better do some homework.