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'21 F-150 XLT Sport 2" Level with 35's

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Hey All,

I haven't been on the forum much since I got my F-150 back in May. But some people have reached out asking me about my set up and I figured I'd post some pictures so you can see what it looks like and I have taken pics to show you the clearance. I have a 2" Rough Country Level Kit with the Rear Shocks/Block kit. I went with this kit because it was inexpensive and I do some towing so I like my truck to have a little rake, so it levels out when you attach the trailer. I do not like perfectly leveled trucks because then you get some squat with a trailer added. I am running stock Sport 18's and I run stock Sport 20's in the Spring/Summer. I have the 1/4" Rough Country Spacers to help push the tire away from the control arm up front. Other than that, I don't have anything crazy done to the truck, I like the clean look, nothing too wild. 20% Tint, Matte Black Ford Emblems, Drop In Liner, and Bakflip MX4 Tonneau Cover...Oh and a screen protector :ROFLMAO: :ROFLMAO: if anyone has questions I will stay up to date with the thread and answer you when I get the chance.

Also, for some of you that remember, I am the General Sales Manager for a Ford dealership. I ordered a 22 Lariat Sport that will be here in late March. I will be selling this truck at that point if anyone is interested. I will be selling it the way it sits with the stock 20's as well.

Thanks,
Bobby

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Awesome truck and great post! I love when you get lots of pictures from different angles
 

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Very nice looking truck. Would you mind posting the part number(s) for the level kit(s) you used?

I'm surprised the 35s fit and don't cause any issues!
 
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Very nice looking truck. Would you mind posting the part number(s) for the level kit(s) you used?

I'm surprised the 35s fit and don't cause any issues!
People do not realize how high these trucks sit from the factory. Everyone compares them to the previous generations where those years sat a little lower in the front. On a 21 and newer F150 you can run 35x11.50r20 on stock wheels with NO level. Once you start changing out wheels and start dealing with +0/+1 offset then you will run into rubbing issues, even with a level.

Part number for my kit is SKU: 57130 ... with no front struts and with the premium N3 rear shocks.
 


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agreed, looks good!!
 

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People do not realize how high these trucks sit from the factory. Everyone compares them to the previous generations where those years sat a little lower in the front.
I completely agree with this now, after seeing mine at the dealership last night. Running boards have rapidly moved up the wishlist.
 

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People do not realize how high these trucks sit from the factory. Everyone compares them to the previous generations where those years sat a little lower in the front. On a 21 and newer F150 you can run 35x11.50r20 on stock wheels with NO level. Once you start changing out wheels and start dealing with +0/+1 offset then you will run into rubbing issues, even with a level.

Part number for my kit is SKU: 57130 ... with no front struts and with the premium N3 rear shocks.
35X11.5's fit without a leveling kit while turning at full suspension compression?
 
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35X11.5's fit without a leveling kit while turning at full suspension compression?
I can’t tell you definitely from
Personal experience but people have ran 285/65/20 without a level and reported no rub. Those are bigger than 35x11.50x20…
Someone posted a pic a while back running 35x11.50 with no level on stock wheels and said there was no rubbing
So just going by what people have said…
 

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t's a disheartening outcome given the way that 33s fit so well with the stock suspension of the 2021 Ford F-150, obviously. Yet, those that must have 35s should keep on going with a four-inch lift pack, as has been the situation for some time now. Tutuapp 9Apps Showbox

 
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