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Old 08-15-2013, 12:29 PM
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Originally Posted by brandonjansen View Post
Depends on how much height you want out of them. 2.1" will be a little easier on the front end parts (ball joints, bushings, etc) though.
This is true ^^^

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Better for what?
But I have the same question.....appearance? dead level? ride quality (yes there is a difference)? keeping stock components lasting longer?

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and as these guys always say-best to measure heights from wheel well to ground, FRONT AND BACK and see what the difference is to help you make that decision.
This here ^^^ will determine what to see them at if you want dead/near level or some rake still
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