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2.25 Readylift w/camber bolts/nuts vs 2 inch readylift

Davis52

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I’ve been reading these forums for a few months now and have done searches, but nothing address the question I have.

I have a 2021 F150 FX4 Screw 5.0 (love it! Came from GM) and I’m trying to decide which level kit to pull the trigger on. My concerns are longevity - I don’t want to put anything on too big that will throw off my geometry and wear out the front end of my truck. I want to stay on the budget side (under $250) which is why I’ve narrowed it down to a “hockey puck” style level.

I’ve narrowed it down (but still can be persuaded) to the readylift 2” or 2.25” level kit due to the forums& comments that I’ve read about geometry of the front end and ride quality. So my question is, has anybody installed a 2.25” lift designed for the 2020 F150 and installed the camber nut/bolt comparable to what comes to the 2” RL kit of the 2021? Do the camber bolts/nuts make that much of a difference?

I might be splitting hairs, but I prefer the look of a 2.5” level to the 2”. So a rough country or mammoth are not out of the question. But the 2.25” RL seems to be a happy medium.

I’m asking to learn, so please inform me of knowledge that any of you may have. Much appreciated!

*Edit: Every truck that I’ve had prior has been a 2wd but it has been leveled with 33’s. I plan on leaving stock tires for the time being, but eventually I’ll mount 34’s on my truck.
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Id get the one for a 2021. It comes with the adjustment bolts for alignment. I heard this directly from a buddy of mine that works for WheelPros, parent company that owns Readylift.
 
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Id get the one for a 2021. It comes with the adjustment bolts for alignment. I heard this directly from a buddy of mine that works for WheelPros, parent company that owns Readylift.
Thank you for your input!
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