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Old 06-17-2013, 03:01 PM
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Originally Posted by macc08 View Post
thats pretty much exactly the kind of setup i want, thanks alot for the info.

one thing though, the rough country kit comes with front and back spacers, whereas id have to buy the HBS one for the front and TGC for the back, making it almost $100 more. is the quality of the HBS/TGC much better then the RCX?
Here's my thoughts on the RCX kit.... a 1.75" rear spacer is WAY to big for only a 2.5" level. It's essentially going to leave you with a stock looking rake, just higher. A leveled truck looks much better IMO. With my set up I already am on the borderline of too much rake.

Both kits are going to be very comparable. Both the front and rear spacers are literally pieces of steel welded together.

The RCX kit is listed at $130 on their website. The HBS leveling kit is $80 and I believe the rear TGC spacer is $50. So it literally works out to the exact same price but for a nicer looking set up IMO.

Have you thought about leveling your truck with the Bilstein 5100's at all? Or have you made up your mind to go with a spacer?
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