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Auto Spring
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Daystar
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0%
Halo Lifts
5
19.23%
Rough Country
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30.77%
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0%
ProRyde
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0%
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0%
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Which Level Kit and Why

 
Old 02-15-2019, 02:04 PM
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I started looking into this option as well. Was thinking the "Offroad" FX4 shocks would be good enough to just do a spacer. I am reading here and there that that might not be the case.
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Just picked up a Supreme kit. 2" front and 0.75" back. On my last truck I had the Daystar Polyurethane spacer front and Supreme block in the back.

I went all Supreme this round because the cost was better.
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Where's Rancho, Bilstien and Eibach?
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Originally Posted by 52isntbigenough View Post
Where's Rancho, Bilstien and Eibach?
They're probably in the same "it doesn't really matter" bucket as the rest of them.
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Rough Country 2" because I had a 20% coupon.
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Originally Posted by 52isntbigenough View Post
Where's Rancho, Bilstien and Eibach?
I was looking simply at the block type level kits... Leveled struts may be on the table for me now though...
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I've had rough country spacers on my truck for about a year and have had no problems. With that said, I wish I would have done Fox coil-overs or maybe Bilsteins. I wouldn't mind the improvement in ride quality and performance.
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Old 02-15-2019, 08:31 PM
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I’d rather do Bilsteins... 5100’s or 6112’s...
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Originally Posted by soccercoach61 View Post
Id rather do Bilsteins... 5100s or 6112s...

agreed! just did mine today
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Originally Posted by joshd472 View Post
Just get the cheapest one. They are all the same.
Agreed. They are all the same. Now if you want level and a better ride, think about some Bilstein 5100's
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