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Old 06-04-2013, 01:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Kelevra View Post
I don't see how raising the front end slightly would make much of a difference in anything other than the way it looks and being able to squeeze larger rims/tires on it since you will make more room in the front. it may slightly change the way she handles but I can't see anything drastic coming from it
I believe they make truck rear ends higher to compensate for potential towing and/or loads trucks are designed to do. Other than towing or carrying heavy loads on a regular basis, I cannot imagine leveling the truck would be a problem either.
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