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Old 03-04-2014, 11:29 AM   #21
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i went with the 2 inch zone spacer on top of my bds lift to level things out. worked perfect with no issues.

Nice! Did you add a leaf in the rear or just the spacer in the front?
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just the spacer in the front. no need for rear. even with a load in the rear the truck sat strait. so i did not even bother with the add a leaf! are you running the 5.5 block in rear or the 4 inch ? here's a couple pics of a load in the back prolly around 1200 lbs.
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just the spacer in the front. no need for rear. even with a load in the rear the truck sat strait. so i did not even bother with the add a leaf! are you running the 5.5 block in rear or the 4 inch ? here's a couple pics of a load in the back prolly around 1200 lbs.

Looks good.. I am believe it is the 5 inch block..
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