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Old 08-12-2013, 12:37 PM
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yeah I'd so fore-go the hockey puck body lift idea. level it out and maybe some spacers for the rear. you'll get the same results, but with proper gear. you don't have torsion keys so you just need a spacer like from hell bent steel or you can run bilstein adjustable struts to level it out. then raise the back up. (assuming your 4wd)..but not sure. 2wd is a different story which your reg cab truck very well may be 2wd. i think all you can get is the polyurethane spacers

Body lifts are also a pain to install and without all the proper parts that you'd get with a full real kit, you'll regret it. fuel neck extensions and things like that.
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