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Yeah danimal its a small easy way to get the truck up a little more!
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Danimal,

HERE are the spacers I bought and THIS shows what's involved in putting them in. (scroll down to "rear installation") Like bknife said, extremely easy to do and no special tools ie spring compressors needed. Just a jack and some blocks of wood and the specified sockets.
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Thanks guys! GymRat....have you measured the front and rear fenders? I was curious what the difference might be. I just love the stance of your truck.
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truck looks great!
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Thanks guys! GymRat....have you measured the front and rear fenders? I was curious what the difference might be. I just love the stance of your truck.
Thanks, I will measure it next time I'm on flat ground. I agree with the stance, it was exactly what I was going for! I prefer a little rake for looks and function (reduce sag when hauling)

Not the same angles, but here she was when I bought it

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Thanks, I will measure it next time I'm on flat ground. I agree with the stance, it was exactly what I was going for! I prefer a little rake for looks and function (reduce sag when hauling)

Not the same angles, but here she was when I bought it

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Love that stance! what are the measurements for front and rear wheel wells (height wise?)
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