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Old 08-05-2014, 10:57 PM   #14821
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You don't have to have a kit to get that much lift unless you have a crew cab or SCSB
So mine is stock higher? What im saying is what the point of that lift to what hes telling me if my trucks already sitting as high, so if i put the lift on it would change my cv axle angle worse than his right?
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Old 08-05-2014, 11:00 PM   #14822
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I have a scab and I dont think so
Tommorw measure from the ground to the bottom of your door for me please?
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By fail I mean make an ungodly annoying squeak for 5 days till I had it rebuilt lol
So my failure was worse lol
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Old 08-05-2014, 11:01 PM   #14824
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So mine is stock higher? What im saying is what the point of that lift to what hes telling me if my trucks already sitting as high, so if i put the lift on it would change my cv axle angle worse than his right?
If you measure from the center of the hub to the middle top of the finder well and it measures 23" then the lift would put you at 25ish which might be right if in fact you measured accurately.
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Tommorw measure from the ground to the bottom of your door for me please?
I'll do that. But my 33s will make that a false measurement unless you have 33s also
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I'll do that. But my 33s will make that a false measurement unless you have 33s also
Oh. ... 35s here but still lol
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If you measure from the center of the hub to the middle top of the finder well and it measures 23" then the lift would put you at 25ish which might be right if in fact you measured accurately.
So the angle would be worse on my truck correct?
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So the angle would be worse on my truck correct?
I'm not an expert on this but I would say no not at all it would be the same situation as mine. I have a feeling you might be alittle off if your hub to finder measures 23" if it is truly stock hight. Are you sure your torsion bars arnt turned up already?
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I'm not an expert on this but I would say no not at all it would be the same situation as mine. I have a feeling you might be alittle off if your hub to finder measures 23" if it is truly stock hight. Are you sure your torsion bars arnt turned up already?
I already said theyre turned up so my trucks level, but still more room to go
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I'm not an expert on this but I would say no not at all it would be the same situation as mine. I have a feeling you might be alittle off if your hub to finder measures 23" if it is truly stock hight. Are you sure your torsion bars arnt turned up already?
I was meaning stock suspinsion, my trucks got the ability to sit just as high with all stock suspinsion parts as yours does with a 2.5 lift???
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