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Old 12-23-2013, 02:38 AM
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Exclamation 2004 2X4 Leveling/Lift Confusion!

So I've done a lot of research for the past months, on and off.

I was finally somewhat sure on what I wanted but no matter what all options have a problem.

First I went with 3" Coil Spacers with Pro Comp ES3000 Extended Front Shocks 3" longer than stock but there was a few problems some mentioned.
-Upper control arms will hit the spring bucket
-Brake lines being too short

After I looked into torsion keys, I've read you do not have to buy aftermarket keys that stock ones will give the leveled look, So I thought of maxing my keys and just buying longer shocks, Will that work?

I'm not planning on using my truck on heavy off-roading since its a 4x2, just normal back roads and stuff like that, I'm just looking for the leveled look with cleareance of 35" tires with minimal rub.

Can anyone assure any of the methods and/or suggests any others? Take in mind I don't have money to blow and that is why I havent gone with a full suspension lift.
I would thank all opinions, Thanks for reading!

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