Hello, 2023 402a here

Ty413

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2023 402A
Been lurking for a while and decided I had to join since there’s not a ton of Tremor content on the F150 subreddit.

Bought this new at the end of October after seeing it pop up for $12kish off sticker (factoring in dealer add ons).

Had the windows tinted, eyebrow on the windshield, MX4 bed cover and AutoSpring 2.5” level.
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Welcome to the club.
 
Been lurking for a while and decided I had to join since there’s not a ton of Tremor content on the F150 subreddit.

Bought this new at the end of October after seeing it pop up for $12kish off sticker (factoring in dealer add ons).

Had the windows tinted, eyebrow on the windshield, MX4 bed cover and AutoSpring 2.5” level. View attachment 27198
How do you like the AS level??
 
How do you like the AS level??
No complaints so far. Love the stance. About 3k miles with it including a 1300 mile road trip. Literally can’t tell a difference in ride quality and I’ve still got about an inch of rake so the squat isn’t terrible when towing. Although I’ll probably add the RAS sometime this spring or summer just because I tow so often for work.
 
Welcome to the club and congrats a very nice ride.
 
Welcome to the forum @Ty413 🍻
 
How are the CV angles after the 2.5" level? I want to level and add a RAS for towing. Trying to decide between the 2" or 2.5" level. Cap is on order and that will probably drop the bed a little before the RAS. Can you add a pic from the side?
 
How are the CV angles after the 2.5" level? I want to level and add a RAS for towing. Trying to decide between the 2" or 2.5" level. Cap is on order and that will probably drop the bed a little before the RAS. Can you add a pic from the side?
They’re obviously not as good as stock, but they aren’t what I’d call “severe” by any means. For my needs (mainly highway and dirt road driving with a lot of towing) I’m not worried about them. If I was going to do a lot of rough off-roading with a lot of flexing it might become an issue after a lot of miles.
 

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