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Old 07-01-2015, 08:56 PM   #1
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I Have the 4" rough country lift and when it was installed my back end is still about 2" taller because of my helper springs that are installed. Should I put the 2" level kit (spring spacers)? Or just get blocks for the rear that are shorter? I'm worried if I use the 6" holes from the 4" holes that come in the kit that the angle from radius arms will be all wrong since they are not 6" radius drop brackets they are 4" Any ideas would be welcomed thank you..
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Hey I'm really curious what you ended up doing about this. I'm currently getting ready to do the 4" lift from rough country on my 93' as well but I had the same concern.
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