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Old 10-17-2013, 03:19 AM
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Adjustable Bilstein 5100's hands down. They are a much better option than a spacer to level the front of a 07+ Ram. They will lessen the risk of damaging front end parts because of their design.

To figure out exactly how much front end lift you need to be level you need to measure your truck as it sits now. Put it on flat ground and measure all 4 fender heights. From there you can determine your rake and do the math to figure out how much lift you need on the front. You'll want to retain at least 0.5" of rake to avoid looking nose high.
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