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Old 05-19-2012, 01:27 AM   #1
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What's the best leveling kit in your opinion and which one? 2" or 2.5"??

I ready to level it untill I can get a lift.
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Old 05-19-2012, 01:28 AM   #2
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between 2 and 2.5 I like 2 inch. 2.5 gives you a slightly nose high look. My neighbor has a 2011 4x4 and his 2.5 makes the front look higher than the rear.
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before i totaled my fx4 the other day i had the autospring 2.5 in level it made it sit just slightly higher in the front in my opinion others said it sat perfectly level but it gave it kinda a prerunner type look which i loved u can go back and check my threads i have pics somewhere
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$344 dollars later. 4 brand new shocks. Fronts being adjustable. 2.25in level, more firm ride and keep all suspension travel. Bilstein 5100s
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HBS 2in level sits perfect. It leaves about 3/4 of rake. For 75 dollars you really can't beat it.
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HBS 2in level sits perfect. It leaves about 3/4 of rake. For 75 dollars you really can't beat it.
I just cant figure it out! 2inches left u with 3/4 rake, 2inches would have me nose hi. I cant get more than 1 5/8 of rake with my truck stock, no matter how i measure. From tire to fender or ground to fender and its been that way from day 1 to now, 13000 miles. How do identical trucks vary an inch? Yes i can operate a tape measure, im in fabrication.
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HBS 2in level sits perfect. It leaves about 3/4 of rake. For 75 dollars you really can't beat it.
Where did you get it?
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I did a 2" Daystar leveling kit, on my 2011 4x4. Sometimes it still looks a little nose high to me. I guess it's just how it's parked. I already bought a set of OEM 1" blocks for the rear, but I've gotta get longer U bolts. I'll probably wait until I'm ready to buy bigger tires, & then I'll put them on.
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