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Old 06-24-2013, 08:15 AM
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well there is also a sub-forum dedicated to just leveling...and that section is NOT dead. unless you actually went by the number of people viewing that page at particular moment in time...which is...strange.

but anyways, for any of the gen rams, I've heard (and experienced with the 3rd gen) that leveling kits are totally a DIY job. Just a good selection of normal shop tools, a spring compressor possibly depending on your suspension. But as long as you are remotely mechanically inclined...you can do it yourself in probably a few hours.

The spacer is just installed on-top of the pre exisiting parts.
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