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Important Kit Notes
1. 18" wheels with 5-5.5" total backspacing should be test fir prior to mounting tire to ensure proper clearance to BDS steering knuckle.
2. 18" or larger diameter wheels required. Stock 17" & 18" wheels cannot be reinstalled. Stock 20" wheels can be used with up to a 305/60-20 tires.
3. Models with a 2-piece rear driveshaft may require carrier bearing drop shim kit #122405
4. This system WILL WORK on Diesel Models.
5. This kit is FMVSS No.126 Compliant
FMVSS No.126 compliant
The NHTSA's Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No.126 requires all new passenger vehicles to include Electronic Stability Control (ESC) systems that meet certain standards that can be tested through a comprehensive series of evasive maneuvers. Aftermarket products must meet these standards as well.

BDS Suspension is leading the industry by independently testing all suspension kits to verify our kits are fully compliant with the stability control system requirements set by Federal Motor Vehicle Safety Standard (FMVSS) No. 126.

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Yup a friend of mine on the 3.0l facebook group just ordered the kit.
 

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I just bought my 2019 Diesel yesterday but I pre-ordered a levelling kit. 2.5" should work on diesel model?

I have 2010 Ford as well so I can use on there if needed.

Any worries about voiding powertrain warranty with lift kits or bigger tires?

I don't care about driveline or front end I owned a Chevy for 10 years and got good at changing Ball joints every 20k....lol.
 
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