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Old 07-07-2013, 09:30 PM
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There really aren't any cons if you do it properly. Bilstein 5100 leveling struts are the way to go. Probably the most expensive way....I'd guess $200 for the struts and $150 if you pay someone to install. They won't affect the nice ride and do the job right with quality parts. Lots of people run the simple spacer type kits as well. They are the cheaper alternative but without the benefit of the Bilstein struts. Neither should have any affect on your warranty if installed and aligned properly.
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