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Bilstein 6112 or Rancho quick lift???

 
Old 04-23-2019, 01:15 PM
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Default Bilstein 6112 or Rancho quick lift???

I do have a 2.5Ē leveling kit waiting to get put on. But have been reading and debating. I really donít want to have to mess around trying to find a block that is going to give me the rake I want. I donít want to have issues with squat when towing or have the Cali level going. Not to mention most guys say one leveled the truck rides like 💩

So so I started looking in to the Bilstein 6112 stage 1 package and the Rancho quick lift .... or just get rear blocks and but the shocks and struts?
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I absolutely love my Bilstein 6112/5100 combo. Got the stage 1 Bilstein kit from Stage 3 Motorsports. I have .6 of an inch of rake. Had it on for about a month or so.


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Bilstein 6112's hands down. A much better shock than the Rancho's.
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Forgot to say mine are set at 2 inches as well
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Forgot to say mine are set at 2 inches as well
No issues with UCA angles?
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Nope. Running 275/60R20s (33 inches tall) as well.
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I absolutely love my Bilstein 6112/5100 combo. Got the stage 1 Bilstein kit from Stage 3 Motorsports. I have .6 of an inch of rake. Had it on for about a month or so.

she does look damn good. .6 rake would be perfect. Do You tow anything? Any issues ?
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6112s....if you can find them in stock anywhere, LOL
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6112s....if you can find them in stock anywhere, LOL
Tell me about it, I'll go 6112 when I can get my hands on them.
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Originally Posted by Dave__the_ss View Post
she does look damn good. .6 rake would be perfect. Do You tow anything? Any issues ?
Thanks! No I haven't towed anything yet. I've only had the truck for about 4 months. No issues, run 40 psi. I do like that I have a little rake just in case I ever do need to tow anything. .
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