Originally Posted by Yo Nadz
Thanks guys. No issues after install besides the alignment, but I knew that was going to be out of whack. The toe in was horrid. Almost undrivable, but I eyeballed it into alignment and got it straight to the shop.
Rides incredible. Id say very comparable to stock, minus the little bit of tire noise I gained. The Bilsteins "float" nicely. I've usually done spacer leveling kits on trucks, but after witnessing the Bilsteins first hand I can honestly say I'll never recommend a spacer kit again.
I went with this lift vs. the 6" suspension lift that I really wanted. I don't really have any intention on doing much off roading. The occasional trail or mud puddle is about it. This is more of a pavement princess daily driver that I wanted to lift for looks alone. I was skeptical about being unhappy with it, but I must say I am very very very happy. 1, it still fits in the garage. 2, I've got less than $900 in parts and labor. 3, I still got 6" front and 4" rear lift alltogether and saved over $1000 doing it this way over the suspension lift.
I'll have some better pics up next week after I get the flares on. Pics dont really do it justice though. It seems so much bigger when you're standing next to it. Planning on having a buddy who's a pro photographer due a shoot with my truck and Harley together. Can't wait.
Very glad you are liking the bilsteins, and killer price on parts and install
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