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2" Leveling kit

Im wanting a 2" leveling kit for my 2015 F250. Im looking at a spring spacer that goes on top of the spring. The ones Ive found dont come with a poly isolator ring. Is it necessary to get a poly ring to keep from making any unwanted noises? The 2.5'' kits all come will poly isolator rings.

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carpet delete 265/75/16 3.73
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Firestone airbags & compressor
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I used the Nitro kit from 4wheelparts it is/was the 2.5 with spacers on front new blocks on the rear. Would recommend it. It came with shock extensions and brake line re-locator. No change in ride quality.

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Ive found several 2'' kits but they dont come with the poly isolator ring. I thought the ring prevented unwanted noises? Anyone use a leveling kit without the poly ring?

2002 XLT 350 crew cab Long box white
am/fm/cass/cd 4x4 auto
carpet delete 265/75/16 3.73
limited slip 9900lb package
X springs ranchhand bumpers
B&W Gooseneck & Companion hitch
Firestone airbags & compressor
Rancho shocks 233K and all stock

2015 F250 Regular Cab 4x4 6.2 Gas
B&W Gooseneck
Ranchhand bumpers
Firestone airbags and Airlift wireless compressor kit
21K miles

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I have the 2.5" up front with the rings on my DRW. Pulled the 2 inch rear spacer and went to a 5" in the rear. Looks great and can still get my 5th wheel hooked up just fine with plenty of clearance in the back. It is big and heavy adding about 3K of pin weight. Sits almost dead even when towing….back is down about 1/2". Added Rancho 9000's all the way around which made a huge ride improvement as well. Love being able to adjust the shocks when not towing to a softer position.

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My question is are the isolator rings needed in order for the spacers not to squeak?

2002 XLT 350 crew cab Long box white
am/fm/cass/cd 4x4 auto
carpet delete 265/75/16 3.73
limited slip 9900lb package
X springs ranchhand bumpers
B&W Gooseneck & Companion hitch
Firestone airbags & compressor
Rancho shocks 233K and all stock

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B&W Gooseneck
Ranchhand bumpers
Firestone airbags and Airlift wireless compressor kit
21K miles
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Im thinking about installing ReadyLift 66-2111, Its 1.5'' and is the one that goes under the spring. Anyone have anything the like or dislike about them?

2002 XLT 350 crew cab Long box white
am/fm/cass/cd 4x4 auto
carpet delete 265/75/16 3.73
limited slip 9900lb package
X springs ranchhand bumpers
B&W Gooseneck & Companion hitch
Firestone airbags & compressor
Rancho shocks 233K and all stock

2015 F250 Regular Cab 4x4 6.2 Gas
B&W Gooseneck
Ranchhand bumpers
Firestone airbags and Airlift wireless compressor kit
21K miles

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