Originally Posted by RaptorFan
I could be wrong, but I could never see the thought process behind leveling a truck. You see, the rake is there for a reason. When a truck is loaded in the bed, the truck will level out. If the truck is level before any load is put in the bed or if you are towing with a leveled truck, the truck will sag in the back end. I think it would be a better solution to just have the whole truck lifted front and back and keep the rake the same. Just my 2c....
Ok well see you obviously don't know a whole lot about levelling.
1. Most people replace their rear block such as myself. 2.5" in the front 3" block in the back solves most sag problems.
2. Airbags. I'd like the bags but don't have the cash at the moment. These will keep your truck completely level at all times under any weight numerous people have them.
On a side note many members don't have to tow boats or whatever else. They occasionally throw things in the bed and that's fine. It takes quite the amount of weight to affect the angle. I tow a SkiDoo GTX Limited amongst other things and that's heavy as hell, rake is not affected what so ever.