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Old 09-03-2013, 08:56 PM
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Originally Posted by Djeazie View Post
What is it about these trucks that makes the rake different? 1"-3"?

Im gonna lift in the spring and im leaning towards a BDS 6" kit. I want the most lift possible out of the set-up. So, by going with the 5" rear spring and matching the fronts with 5100's and not using the BDS strut spacer is this possible, safe? I think I have the 3" rake now (need to re-measure but not home). So what should my Bilstiens be set at to get level with the 5" rear springs?
It's not that large of a difference. Its more like 3/4" difference.
Avg rake is 2.75"
If you have a 3" rake right now and you want the 6" BDS and 5" rear you'll need to max your Bilsteins
Every truck that I know with that rake and BDS kit requires maxing of the Bilsteins and there is still slight rake. Prob 3/4" which isn't bad

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