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Old 04-14-2013, 09:27 AM
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Originally Posted by fastNugly@discountautoperformance View Post
Bilstein will probably increase your ride comfort over stock. I know it did for me.
You can run stock wheels s nothing is affected, but it will rid of your rake.
4" lift isn't bad, but your stock wheels will look small

Either way, we can help,you with either
All I want is a relatively small lift (for now) without negatively affecting ride comfort. If the 5100's can do that for me, I'll buy them, and it seems like everyone recommends contacting you about that.

So if I get the 5100's, I can get a 2.75" lift. I don't know what rake is. I really don't know anything about this stuff and I'm doing as much reading as I can, but there's so much info that it's going to take some time to figure it all out.

So in your opinion, is lifting my truck 2.75" worth it, or should I go a bit higher? I have a lot of home repairs to do this spring so I can't justify a set of new wheels right now. I need to keep my stock wheels, but at the same time, I don't want them to look small or awkward.

If I buy the 5100's, do I need to buy anything else?
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