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Old 09-16-2014, 05:54 PM   #1
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Default Level your truck for $20

Just finished my on the cheap level and am quite happy with the results, not only did I gain the level but it also stiffened up the naturally mushy front suspension.


1.75" spring stabilizers seem to be just right for a 2wd supercab with this body style. You may have to experiment sizes with your suspension if it's different.


Before and after pics.






How I did it.





Where to get them
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/sps-24850/overview/

You will need something to spread the coils apart enough to pop them in but once you do they aren't going any where until you decide to remove them.

The dealer I worked at was in a small farming town so the folx there didn't have a lot of $$ to spend on their beaters but wanted to stop eating up tires, these little jewels saved them from having to do an expensive spring replacement so that I could align their vehicles.


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