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Old 11-03-2012, 09:41 PM
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sandawilliams; great post of information there and way to represent for the 3.55 rear ends proving it can be done. Especially in the hills of Colorado at that. For chitown, the unfortunate thing about a leveling kit is when you tow heavy without any suspension upgrades for the rear, such as HD coilsprings, AirLift 1000's or TotalLoadControl air systems, the rear will squat considerably as it was designed to do so in its OE demon drop stance. Definitely a Weight Distribution System like sandawilliams recommended and don't be shy on manually shifting gears in Tow/Haul mode if need be bud.
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