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QUESTION 1 I have a 05 F150, and was thinking of making a home-made leveling kit and by that i will explain... taking 2 solid either aluminum or metal 2" 1/2 inch spacers (front only *temporary* ) with strut acces holes drilled out, or either metal, and also using high grade longer strut assembly to strut mount bolts would it work? and do the same as the online kits

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What your saying, is you want to make something,
rather than buy it

I love this

That is what I did in the 1960's ,when I worked in
machine shops. Helped a lot of people with
crazy ideas

Go for it

Just not sure what your leveling

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