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Can u run a fox/bds coilover 2.5 with a 2.5 inch level?

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Default Can u run a fox/bds coilover 2.5 with a 2.5 inch level?

Just ordered a fox/bds front coilover setup. I currently run a bds 6 inch lift and a procomp level. I was wondering if anyone is running both. I am going for a prerunner look. I don't tow and don't care about wear and tear on stock parts, just wondering if its possible. Thanks
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