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Old 03-04-2013, 01:36 PM
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so throwing bilsteins on should be ok?
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Main reason I ask is when I spoke to BDS they said the diff and crossmember drops are 4.5" and the additional 1.5" of lift to make it a 6" lift was achieved through strut spacer. If I decide to go up with my truck I will want to add bilsteins set at about 2", therfore if his cv's are straight I would have the room.

When adding the Bilsteins, you will need to remove the pre load spacer (1.5") as you cannot stack a pre load and Bilsteins.

Most members I know running the BDS kit and who has the 5" rear, max the Bilsteins to level out.

Hope this helps
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