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Old 09-09-2013, 12:38 PM
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I definitely recommend running the Bilsteins on the front to level your truck rather than a spacer. They are a little more money, but definitely worth it. It's a much better way to level and will give you better ride quality all said and done. Then you can also add Top Gun Customz rear coil spacers later on if you want some height in the rear as well.

The best thing to do to know how much of a leveling kit you will need and weather or not you will need a rear spacer is to go measure your truck now. Not all trucks come exactly the same from the factory. Some are slightly different in height. Measure your fender heights front and back to determine your rake. Then find out how high you need to go on the front to level it. Keep in mind that you want to retain at least 0.5" of rake to avoid looking nose high.

If you want to see some pictures similar to the set up you're looking at check out my wheel/tire thread linked in my signature. I was running a 2.5" leveling kit with 0.75" rear spacers and 20x9's with 35x12.5's.

And as Andrew said above, if you need pricing shoot him an email. He will hook you up with the best pricing on anything you need for your truck.
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