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just had this done 600 mile ago on my 2010, totally disappointed,the truck now rides like total **** and my mpg went from 14-15 around town to 9-11 every bump jolts the truck like i hit a ditch, so any one thinking of the rancho leveling system ask me first,it has shock adjustments that do nothing when turned all the way to soft,gonna put my stock suspension back on or sell like is and order a 15 i guess i thought i was still 21 again,not for me this truck only has 37000 miles on it to ruin the ride like this.is the rough country blocks ride this bad too?
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Just put the RC 2.5" level in mine. I got stiffer tires so my truck doesn't soak up the bumps like it used to. I haven't checked the PSI yet but the ride isn't horrible so I'm not that worried about it.
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