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Old 07-28-2011, 04:14 PM
Stangshcky12 Stangshcky12 is offline
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I would try replacing the shocks. Leveling kits put alot of stress on the stock length shock because it max's out the travel ontop of the extra weight of your bumper. Everytime you hit a good bump you bottom out the shock basically.
I ran stock length shocks on a 2500 with a leveling kit for a year and just replaced them with +2" shocks about a month ago. The stock shocks were fine, the tubes clacked and rattled when you hit bumps, but the truck rides much better now.
I'm not sure if the shocks are your whole problem but it cant hurt. I think you can actually put a stock 2500 shock on yours and that will give you the +2" you need

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