Join Date: Apr 1999
Location: Chugiak Alaska
Feedback Score: 0 reviews
I think any lift will effect stability. Depending on size and weight of the trailer, speed you drive, wind, and road conditions you may or may not notice it. Something to think about airbags, as you lower the rear of the truck due to the trailer/bed load weight you headlights tend to aim higher. Airbags allow you to adjust the rear back to empty hight so headlights are properly aimed and not blinding oncoming traffic. I am not saying lift kits are bad, especially if you want bigger tires. Just saying it can/will effect stability in certain situations.
Early 1999 F350 AUTO 4x4 CC LB DRW 4.10 6.0 trans cooler, Front hitch, 2,000 hubs/ brakes, Bilstein shocks/steering stabilizer, Diesel site coolant filter 203 thermostat, EBV delete, new O-rings, new Oil cooler, RIFF RAFF FRX, Glow plug led, Pillar gauges, Lighted cupholder, Painless wiring fuze block, Harpoon/hutch mods, Removed axle blocks. Air bags, 5 wheel hitch, In bed 7 pin plug. Spare tire key delete. KLHANSEN on speed dial. 75,000 as of May 2019