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Old 11-20-2013, 12:54 PM
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Originally Posted by DAA View Post
No. The rears don't lift the truck at all. They simply have a bit longer extended length, making them appropriate for use with a 1" lift. SThey work fine with no lift as well.
Great, thanks! That's exactly what I was wondering. So if I did want to lift the back up I would want to get a spacer and the shock right?

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Depends on where on the truck you measure. At the front fenders, yeah, it will be close to 2". At the rear, not sure, but might actually be 0. Definitely won't be much though, if you only do a front level and nothing in the rear (and just installing new shocks is doing nothing, as far as ride height is concerned).

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That's good to hear! I definitely want to go higher but for the time being I'm stuck parking in a garage at work. Max height there is 6' 8" and the truck @ top of the shark fin antenna is 6' 6"
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