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So this was the first real mod done to my truck and I couldn’t be happier. I was a little nervous at first after reading so many different stories and opinions online. I decided to purchase the Kryptonite Stage 2 kit from the Dmax Store. I have the truck set at 2” in the front and it still has a slight rake but my drawer system for work still needs to go in the bed. I also ordered a diff spacer kit from CCM Off-road. Truck rides better then stock now that I’m off the bump stops

 

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Thats exactly what I did to my 2011, good choice. They make quality products. I recommend their swaybar endlinks and pisk kit. Not in anyway affiliated with them, just my recommendation as I am happy with my setup. By the way like the white color.
 

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Looks great. The ride will get even better when you change out the shocks. I changed mine at 2 years and 24,000 miles, 2 of them didn’t work anymore.
 
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Truck looks good! once you throw in the drawer system in the back and it doesn't drop enough, you can always install a drop shackle in the rear as well if you wanted it to be more level.
 

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Is it how the torsion keys are set that determines 1" or 2" front end level?
The keys determine the front and the drop shackle determines the rear. Tighten or loosen the keys to whatever desire you want and if you need to lower the rear to match whatever height you have in the front you can install drop shackles in the rear. The drop shackles have no impact on the front and the keys have no impact on the rear as far as height.
 

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Any issues with the diff spacer yet?

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There are no issues with my diff spacers, they keep the cv’s at a milder angle to help prevent front end from binding up with more height. One thing I wish is the ability to flip the tierods below the knuckle. They are at a steeper angle, but with stabilizer and pisk kit it helps with bump steer. Only other thing to do is knuckles from a lift kit which inverts tierod ends. Then might as well lift. Still have factory tierods. When they wear out then will put the kryptonite tierods in.
 
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