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Old 12-05-2013, 09:37 AM   #2841
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veled 13 Lariat 4x4 2.5 " level 33" MT's
Sweet setup, looks awesome! Well done.
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Old 12-05-2013, 12:46 PM   #2842
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I believe people have reported that the 1" Daystar budget boost actually ends up lifting the truck more than 1". It looks a helluva lot like a 2" level, doesn't it?
It really does look like 2". I'm pretty shocked. I can't wait to do my 2.5 but I need my tires too which is what's holding me back. No way I'm leveling it with these tiny stocks
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Old 12-05-2013, 12:49 PM   #2843
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It really does look like 2". I'm pretty shocked. I can't wait to do my 2.5 but I need my tires too which is what's holding me back. No way I'm leveling it with these tiny stocks
Solid Spacers inserted into a IFS Strut will yield more lift than the spacer itself...
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Jkm are those bushwaker extend-a-fender flares??



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1" daystar level with 35" MTs
(with inner fender liner trimming)

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DWSmoot, setup? 2.5 front I'm guessing and what's in the back?
Yes 1" Daystar stock rear. Got over 1 1/2" and maintained 3/8" rake.
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Old 12-07-2013, 10:24 AM   #2846
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Jkm are those bushwaker extend-a-fender flares??
Yes, and loving their look and functionality
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Yes, and loving their look and functionality
Really nice man. I have been searching for a truck with just a level to help me make up my mind on getting them. What's the offset on ur wheels and tire size. I run a +1 offset w 295/70/18
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I was thinking of a leveling 21/2" lift with block in rear. Anyone have any driveline shutters due to lift?, or excessive wear on hubs etc. couldn't find any threads in search. This is for the 4x4's truck owners, thanks

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Old 12-07-2013, 01:17 PM   #2849
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I put 2" Autospring in my 2010 FX4. Put on stock Raptor wheels and tires... No rubbing whatsoever and the truck looks 10 times better!
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I put 2" Autospring in my 2010 FX4. Put on stock Raptor wheels and tires... No rubbing whatsoever and the truck looks 10 times better!
That looks far from level to me
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