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Old 09-12-2013, 02:31 PM   #1
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I am installing an 8" RIZE ind. kit. Will this kit retain the factory rake or will it level the rake on the truck?
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I am installing an 8" RIZE ind. kit. Will this kit retain the factory rake or will it level the rake on the truck?
Should make it level
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It will have a lean to it. For some reason rize likes that. You will remove your 2" block and add there 6" so only 4" of total rear lift and 8" of lift in the front. Your rear will be 2" lower
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BDS 8" will level truck, Should have bought a BDS

In all honesty I thought a Rize was better until i read this
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Rize is absolutely better. They are a true 8" drop Down bracket.
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BDS 8" will level truck, Should have bought a BDS

In all honesty I thought a Rize was better until i read this
Thanks for the info - Good thing I haven't bought it yet. I searched BDS and they offer rear springs as well. I did not know about the BDS kit. Cheaper as well..... Thanks....
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Rize is absolutely better. They are a true 8" drop Down bracket.
They certainly look like the best kit out there but what do I know....
Maybe I'll go with the RIZE 12" and call it a day....
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**** that's what I did. Still working on finishing it up though
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**** that's what I did. Still working on finishing it up though
Now you need towing mirrors IMO! Sweet truck man
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