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Does 2019 gen 2 need leveling kit for 20” rims

Discussion in 'Ford Raptor Problems and Questions Forum' started by eddro, Aug 23, 2020.

  1. eddro

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    Thanks in advance for any info, I am considering purchasing the Venomrex 20” rims and wanted to know if I need to level the truck, I really don’t want to screw with the suspension as I am very pleased with the ride.
     
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    What tire size are you planning on running and what are the wheel specs?

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    I am thinking of 35” and would like the width of the tire to extend about 1” at most.
     
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    If you are pleased with the ride avoid 20's, that lack of sidewall will kill your small bump absorption. If you ever plan on taking it off pavement it they are poison. If it's a mall crawler then it won't matter. My truck was used, came with 20's going to 17's was the best mod possible for comfort and off road performance.
     
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    After reading your reply I am definitely going to stay with the 17’s . I use it for work and that is usually highway use however I have some property I own with open fields and hills that I will be doing some hell raising on. I do have to get rid of the stock polished wheels and going all black wells and keeping the KO2 tires. Thanks again.
     
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