Not sure which 2008 Ford F-150 Leveling Kits are right for you? We have over 444 customer reviews, with an average rating of 4.5, to help you find exactly what you're looking for. Here's what some of our customers have said:
"The installation video on the manufacturers website walked me through the entire process. Simple. Easy. Looks great!! When bolting kit on top of strut, be sure to use the 3 original nuts that you remove and bolt them back on the strut studs. The 3 new nuts should only go on top of the new extension. The threads dont match exactly and it will be a royal pain if you try to put new nuts on old studs. I did this with one nut and immediately caught the error when it wouldn't thread properly." —Carlos C from Delray Beach, FL bought a ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150, 2WD.
"These blocks are very well made and have the O.E.M. design that makes the intsall very easy. I have seen friends who went with cheaper products that started to rust after a couple weeks. These blocks have a heavy powder coating that will out last the truck." —Andrew F from Tampa, FL bought a ReadyLIFT Rear Block Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150, 4WD.
"Very happy with the new height of the truck. The 1" kit raises the front about 1.5"." —Marc W from Coral Springs, FL bought a Daystar Comfort Ride Leveling Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"This was an easy install. Good descriptions in directions. Still rides like factory settings" —Ben B from Cordele, GA bought a Daystar Comfort Ride Leveling Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150.
"The leveling kit that I needed for my truck was the 3". It took my mechanic about 1 1/2 hours to install, he said it was pretty easy. Besure and get a front end alignment because my truck was out of alignment a little. Overall the kit is awesome and my truck looks awesome as well. I highly recommend it the price is right." —Ruben H from Bastrop, TX bought a ReadyLIFT Leveling Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150, 2WD.
"The block kit for the back raised my truck 1 inch like it said. It looks really good now because I have the front and rear raised using ReadyLift kits. I installed the U- bolts with a pull handle torque wrench ratchet, however I would suggest using an battery or air impact wrench if you can borrow one. It was fairly easy to install and looks great." —Richard H from Hattiesburg, MS bought a ReadyLIFT Rear Block Kits for a 2008 Ford F-150, 4WD.