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Old 11-19-2012, 12:51 AM
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Originally Posted by Big R Dodge View Post
My only guess would be that it has something to do with the cv axles but my bilsteins aren't even at max. They told me when it came back from the alignment shop that it had just passed. I don't know if I should just put the bilsteins back to 0 and take out the coil spacer.
Don't do 0 man!
I just had mine changed 3 times (lift wise)
1) 6" with Bilsteins at 2.1
2) added a 3" body lift
3) removed 3" and dropped Bilsteins to 1.4" and still have the 1" rear coil spacer and my truck drives like a Cadillac. No word of a lie
Much better than stock. And I got MT's tires on as well.

That 1.75" rear coil is what will throw it off.

Setting the Bilsteins at 1.4" without the coil spacer will have you leveled.
Want some rake, drop it to 0.7" or add a 1" like myself.
I'd do the later of the 2.
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