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Old 03-05-2013, 08:04 AM
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I thought the tires looked a little taller than stock. That might be one reason it doesn't look as high as I expected.

I'm just wondering based on how it looks now....if you want it to sit higher you may be able to leave the back alone and raise the front up close enough to match. Or if you would prefer it sit lower you could take that block out of the back and see how close that gets you. There may be but it just doesn't look like a 4" difference from front to back and if the front is stock and the rear lifted 2" it should be at least a 4" difference if not more. I'm thinking you aren't getting 2" of lift out of that block in the back. Throw a tape on it, it'll tell the tale and help you decide what to do to it.

The rear of mine is stock and sits right at 40" give or take depending on fuel and how it's parked. The front should probably come in around 37 or maybe 37.5ish.
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