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Old 06-10-2013, 11:56 AM
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Originally Posted by Ryan2011Laramie View Post
where can you find the bilstein 5100 shocks for a 2011 2wd model??
Are you looking to use the Bilstein 5100's to level your 2wd? Because that's not possible. I'm not sure what is all out there to level the 2wd's. I think CST makes a 3" level. There's probably few other companies out there as well.

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Originally Posted by Taran2011 View Post
Does anyone know what the fronts shocks have to be set at to level out the truck? My truck still sags a little bit in the front
It completely depends on your truck. Not all of them come from the factory at the exact same height. They're all a little bit different. In order to find out exactly where you need them set you should measure your truck front and back and figure out what your rake is. Then you can find out what to set your Bilsteins at. Keep in mind if you set it dead level front and back it will probably look nose high. 0.5" - 1" of rake will look level to the eye.
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