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Anyone installed the new Readylift 2" level kit specifically for 2021 F-150?

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What about it?
The bracket and sensor that Ready Lift is saying is the reason for their kit not working, is because of this system on the 150.
 

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I had my 2 inch (new kit) installed yesterday. The tech said the cam bolts/plates make the alignment very easy and that the kit was awesome. It rides great too !
do you have any hub center to fender well measurements?
FX4 or Sport?
 


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We need to stop with the confusion guys -

He's warning about "Continuously Controlled Damping" by using the OLD 2015-2020 Kits on your 2021. It's really freaking simple - use the NEW KIT for 2021 as we've said over and over.

No idea why so many of you wanna ask about getting old kits when the new kit exists and is easily obtainable.

Why would ANY of you risk a $230 part on your $40k-70k vehicle?? Get the right freaking kit. Seriously...
 

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You can call ready lift and order the lift. Although, it shows to be on back order they will still ship it to you using their sister company, who has them in stock. I just called five minutes ago and they are shipping it out to me; part number 66-2120.
 

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I just called and ordered the 66-2120 from Readylift. They did say the the billing will be from Wheelpro. No problem at all.
 
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We need to stop with the confusion guys -

He's warning about "Continuously Controlled Damping" by using the OLD 2015-2020 Kits on your 2021. It's really freaking simple - use the NEW KIT for 2021 as we've said over and over.

No idea why so many of you wanna ask about getting old kits when the new kit exists and is easily obtainable.

Why would ANY of you risk a $230 part on your $40k-70k vehicle?? Get the right freaking kit. Seriously...
I concur sir, if something wasn’t different then why would RL feel the need to redesign. just my 2 cents... happy with my new 2 inch with cam bolts
 


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If I am understanding all of this correctly, 2 inch is the only available ready lift for the 21s? To anybody that has installed this, what is the max tire size you can use without any trimming or rubbing? Also does anybody know if this will affect the upcoming copilot package? I’ve traditionally done a 3 inch lift kit with new upper control arms, but apparently that is not an option this year due to that sensor. But now I’m also hearing of potential issues with the lane centering system and upcoming copilot package. Just want to get a little left on the truck and not mess anything up obviously.

 
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