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Old 07-17-2013, 03:39 PM
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Originally Posted by brandonjansen View Post
I have a feeling that your Bilsteins were not installed correctly on the front. I've seen pictures before of guys putting the retainers on upside down. That would explain why you're nose high. Especially with the 1" rear spacer. Who did the Bilstein install? You or a shop? First thing I'd do is pull them out and go through them thoroughly to verify they are put together correctly.

Post some pictures of your Bilsteins installed on the truck so we can see how they were set up.
I agree. follow the dick-rections CLOSELY...these things have to be assembled exactly right or you'll end up looking funny and get funny clunking sounds!
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