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Old 08-29-2014, 12:07 AM   #3901
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That looks great! Wheel spacers? And what size tires?
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2" Maxtrac's level
275/70/18 BFG AT
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I was looking to do fox 2.0's but went the more economical route and the ride is good on and offroad (like stock) but the look is more aggressive. I like it.
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Is there anyone in here with 17s running 315/70/17 any tire with pics and if any rubbing or any other problems? Looking to go this route
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Is there anyone in here with 17s running 315/70/17 any tire with pics and if any rubbing or any other problems? Looking to go this route
if you run a 2.5" level you will be fine because they are stock raptor size
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ICON 2.5" adjustable coilovers. From ICON they brought my front up 2.25 inches which put me at about 3/8" nose high. Cranked them down a little and now I have about 1/4" of rake. First pic is before lowering them. Some before pictures from the same angles.

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I'm sure this is a repeat but I see the majority of the trucks using a 2.0-2.5" spacer to level the front then some times I see where members are using as much as a 3" block for the rear??

The rear blocks is the main reason for this to reduce rake when pulling a heavy load? Or is it to gain overall height? Or is it give the truck a more even levelness?

I used spacers for the front on my old 09 and it seemed to be just right! I now own a new 14 and I'm headed down this road against but in a limited budget...

I rarely will trailer anything but since my truck is paid for I'll keep her for awhile ....
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Also what is the reason for or the best choice in spacers and why??
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I decided to go with the AS 2" powder coated spacers . Once they arrive I'll seek an installer... I'm just not sure I want to tackle this with jacks in my garage!
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You did fine. Tons of guys are running that spacer.

the reason for the 3" block is to gain a small height increase. It is not actually a 3" lift, it replaces the factory 1.25" block resulting in about 1.75" lift.

This allows the guys that install a 2.5" lift in front to gain clearance and still have a little bit of rake.

If you do not want to fuss with the back, a 1.5" leaves a tiny bit of rake, the 2.0" gets you pretty level, and the 2.5 is slightly over level.
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The leveling kit job is stupid easy. You can knock it out in an hour.
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