Hi to all my readers, this is Ken back again with a new guide, this time I present you with the best leveling kits for 2015 Ford F-150 vehicles.
Now, to those of you that might be confused with the term leveling kit, and are more in tune with the term lifting, let me put these two concepts into focus.
- List of Top-Rated Leveling Kits For 2015 F150:
- Best Leveling Kit For 2015 F150 Reviews:
List of Top-Rated Leveling Kits For 2015 F150:
|Photo||Product name||Features||Pros||More information|
|1. Rough Country 52200||This is the Rough Country 52200-2” Leveling Strut Extensions||•Provides 2-inches of lift|
•Allows up to 33-inch tires
|2. Rough Country 554.20 2-inch||This is the Rough Country 554.20 2” Leveling Kit with Shocks||•Provides Clearance Up To 33 x 12.5" Tires|
•T6061 Billet Aluminum Extensions
|3. Rough Country - 557.22 - 6-inch||This is the Rough Country - 557.22 – 6” Suspension Lift Kit w/ N3 Shocks||•Improved Ground Clearance|
•Complete 6" Lift Kit for a Great Look and More Capability
|4. ReadyLift 69-2200 2.25''||This is the ReadyLift 69-2200 2.25'' SST Lift Kit||•Allows you to add larger wheels & tires|
•No drilling or welding
|5. Pro Comp Nitro 3 Inch||This is the Pro Comp Nitro 3” Leveling Lift Kit - 65205K||•Keeps your steering geometry|
•Lift Height: 3” front, 1” rear
A leveling kit and a lifting kit both raise your truck, however, the main difference is in height changes. A leveling kit is used to level the front end of your vehicle to match the higher back end, essentially leveling it off, and usually raises your truck between 1” to 2”. A lifting kit is used to raise your truck to any height you like, but is usually reserved raise between 2” to 10“.
When you choose a leveling kit, you have to consider the effects it has on steering and suspension. Sure, your vehicle now has greater ground coverage, and you might even attach bigger wheels and tires. However, there are issues to contend with including the infamous “death wobble,” which can be cured when installing the right kit properly.
Now for the clincher. If you are just seeking a higher versatility of maneuverability over rough terrain, and primarily use your truck for work, get a leveling kit, they are budget friendly and will improve your performance. You don’t need more, and it is much safer.
If you are a pimped car freak that wants to look down on the world from a skyscraping cab, then go for the lifting kit. Lift kits will give you either a total lift, where the rear remains higher than the front, or level the vehicle, so both are equally in height. Its all a matter of personal taste and application.
OK, ‘Nuff said, let’s get a look at the best 2” leveling and lift kits for your Ford F-150 2015. If you are seeking lift kits that go above 6”, move on.
Best Leveling Kit For 2015 F150 Reviews:
The Rough Country 52200-2” Leveling Strut Extensions will raise your F-150 by 2”, as the name implies. You can also add 33” tires if you feel like a bit more of excitement. This kit will raise your front, leveling it with the rear and provide you with a corrosion-free composite spacer that delivers clearance with reliability.
This leveling kit provides you with a 2” increased front ground clearance, and works with the following applications:
- 09-18 4WD/2WD Ford F-150 Pickup
- 17-18 4WD Ford F-150 Raptor
The Rough Country 554.20 2” Leveling Kit with Shocks Bolt-On Installation is a 2”leveling kit, as the name suggests and fits all 2015-2018 F-150s, excluding Raptors. This leveling kit comes with aircraft T6061 aluminum alloy spacers that deliver reliable corrosion resistant and long-lasting performance.
Installation is easy with the bolt-on ready parts. The kit provides a factory ride level of quality and increases your ground clearance while leveling the front with the rear of the vehicle. You don’t need to disassemble your struts and maintains factory ride quality.
I’m sorry, I couldn’t resist including a 6” lift kit here. Yes, I know, but hey, it’s part of the fun of working with cars, you get to do all kinds of shit whenever you want. In this case, placing a fox among the hens. This is a 6” lift kit, and will lift both your front and rear together, so you get a 6”leveling of your vehicle and allows you to add 35” tires.
OK, you want a pimped-up ride, you want to be king of the rough and ready but not too high to miss al the ground level fun. This lift kit is easy to install, it’s a drop-in installation model, and it works with all 2015-2018 F150s with 4WD.
So, what do you get with this kit?
To start off with you need at least 18″ wheels with 4.50″ of backspace for this to succeed. You get Front lifted knuckles with strut spacers and a front and rear cross member with sway bar drop brackets. The kit also includes differential drop brackets together with brake line brackets, a drive shaft spacer and rear fabricated anti-wrap blocks with brake line relocation brackets and U-bolts. Obviously, it comes with the standard hardware bag, and you get 2 x performance N3 shock absorbers for the rear.
This is a non-leveling lift kit. It will lift your front by 2.25” and the rear by 3”, so you retain that nose down look with higher ground clearance. The ReadyLift 69-2200 2.25” SST Lift Kit does not come with shock absorbers and is only suitable for 2015-2018 Ford F150 2WD. The maximum tire size you get here is 35″ x 11.5″ with a maximum wheel width of 9”.
The front offset strut extensions are made of billet aluminum alloy machined to precision on CNC. The rear lift blocks are OEM style and come with the U-bolts and hardware.
Essentially what you get with this lift kit is your OEM quality ride, the ability to add larger wheels and tires and a fast bolt-on system that does not require any welding, drilling. All the steel components come with a powdered finish for maximum corrosion protection.
The Pro Comp Nitro 3” Leveling Lift Kit – 65205K works with all 2015 F-150 models and is an economical kit that delivers an aggressive style appearance while maintaining your steering geometry. This model comes with a bolt-on installation method making it easy to install, and you don’t need to do any drilling or welding to attach this kit.
So, what do you get with the Pro Comp lifting kits?
You get a front lift height of 3” and an extra 1” at the back, essentially leveling off your vehicle. The front lift method uses strut spacers, and the back uses lift blocks with U-bolts. The maximum tire size is 32” x 11.50,” and the wheel diameter can be 16” or larger. The wheel width should be either 8” or 9” with a bandwidth of 4” to 5”.
The kit comes with a full complement of front strut spacers, but with no track bar drop. The kit includes rear blocks but no shock absorbers.
There are many lifting and leveling kits available online, the choice has to be based on safety, reliability and this comes from only reliable fabricators using the best materials in a standardized and federal compliant manufacturing process.
Installing a leveling kit is quite an exciting experience, and if you are into DIY car stuff, then go for it. Just make sure you have the following tools ready for the process:
- Floor jack and jack stands for your vehicle make and model
- Torque Wrench
- Wrenches – full set
- Extra nuts, bolts, and screws for those usual missing ones
- PB Blaster
Before you start installing, just open your leveling kit and check to see all the parts are included. Also, read the instructions before starting, and always block off your tires and place your vehicle in “park” with your emergency brake applied. Next, list all the torque specs. Required and always place safety first.