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Nice truck! I am gonna be putting on a 2.5' spacer in the front to level it and put on a 1.5' body lift and 5100's all around. really wanted to see a pic of the dual exhaust after the body lift. I have a 2013 express crew cab and it should look similar to the stance you have. also in the pic it looks like your rear wheels and tires are smaller than the front. is it the pic or wheel/tire? send pic if you get a chance, thanks!
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Nice truck! I am gonna be putting on a 2.5' spacer in the front to level it and put on a 1.5' body lift and 5100's all around. really wanted to see a pic of the dual exhaust after the body lift. I have a 2013 express crew cab and it should look similar to the stance you have. also in the pic it looks like your rear wheels and tires are smaller than the front. is it the pic or wheel/tire? send pic if you get a chance, thanks!
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Will you be going with a 1.5" Zone Body lift?
When you say you are running 5100's, Im guessing you are simply doing this to change the ride comfort and handling?
Just an FYI, you cannot stack the 2.5" spacer and Bilsteins if you adjust the Bilsteins to any level.
They MUST stay at the 0 setting otherwise you will run the risk of vibrations, etc as the CV angles are pushed to their limits. Plus you will wear them out very quickly.
With a body lift you will need to adjust the exhaust.
Some just loosen the tail pipe clamps and adjust them upwards. Others who are anal like myself will take it to a muffler shop to have it adjusted, but you will need them adjusted as they will hang 1.5" lower than where they are today

Wheels are the exact same size. It looks smaller in the rear because there is more fender space

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