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post #4 of (permalink) Old 12-09-2019, 08:00 PM
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Get the Bilsteins for 0-2Ē leveling and use 1 spacer per side. You wonít lose anything with the spacer, it is just putting the shocks closer to stock rebound and compression. I run the Foxes as well, but only because I wanted to. The Bilsteins are a great shock and will work well with your setup. If you keep the tb cranking to a minimum you can get the truck close to level and still have a good ride. It will be a little harder on some of the steering and suspension parts than a lift kit would be. I like your parts selection, I would only add a pisk. Here is my truck with pretty much the same parts and a 1Ē block in the rear.
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