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Old January 12th, 2010, 04:46 PM
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Default Keep Level or do a 3/3 lift.

Should I keep my truck leveled at a 3/1 lift, or do lift blocks in the rear. Tell me your opinions.

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i'd say it's good as it stands now. maybe go up in the rear slightly if anything.

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Keep level.

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if you want it higher add a 3" body lift.

nothing else


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Well, as you may know Jake has a good deal on blocks. I will not BL right now since I JUST got my exhaust done.

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put the stock shackles back on and do 2" blocks.

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Any combo that uses my blocks is cool haha


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put the stock shackles back on and do 2" blocks.
What he said.




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3/2 lift? Sounds tempting.

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do it! do it now!



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