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As long as you do not have the air suspension the 09-13 works
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whats the best and cheapest level/lift kit (no more then 4-5 inches) for a 02 4.7 quad cab 2wd? Thanks. pic of truck attached
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whats the best and cheapest level/lift kit (no more then 4-5 inches) for a 02 4.7 quad cab 2wd? Thanks. pic of truck attached
I'm not positive but my guess might be rough country. But let others chime in.

I will say, you need to get those headlights cleared! Lol
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I have decided I am going with the CST 7 inch lift on my 2wd Sport. Now I have to figure out the rim and tire combo and put all the cash together. Looking at Drop stars 645 on 35x12.50 but still debating 18 or 20 's.
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I am probably going to purchase the CST 4/1.5 for my 14 Sport CC. Just curious to know how bad will gas mileage be affected if I keep my stock wheels and tires? That will probably be my decision point on whether or not I purchase the kit. Also, are any other parts required in addition to the CST kit? I read someone had to get spacers for the rear because the spindles made the front wheels stick out some. Thanks
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Those wheels look pretty good! I would do 20's, but that's my personal preference. Post up some pics when you get it done! Looking to add to my lift pretty soon as well.

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I am probably going to purchase the CST 4/1.5 for my 14 Sport CC. Just curious to know how bad will gas mileage be affected if I keep my stock wheels and tires? That will probably be my decision point on whether or not I purchase the kit. Also, are any other parts required in addition to the CST kit? I read someone had to get spacers for the rear because the spindles made the front wheels stick out some. Thanks
I have had the 4/1.5 CST for a good while now. It rides same as stock and I haven't had any problems at all. When I was stock height, I was getting around 19-19.5 mpg strictly highway, averaging about 65-70 mph with the stock tires and wheels. I have to drive almost 400 miles one way to work once a month. Same roads and same driving style (not grandma, but not Dale Jr. either). And I was getting around 16 in town. I dropped down to about 16.5 mpg on the highway after the lift. I now have a Diablosport, and running the 91 octane Hemifever tune, I am now back up to about 18 mpg on highway. Soon to be making my CST lift 6'' with 35'' ATZ P3 tires. Still undecided on wheels, but have it narrowed down to Ballistic Anvil and Fuel Mavericks. The front tires stick out about 1.5'' on each side. Kinda bothers me, but not enough to get rear adapters...yet!

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I have had the 4/1.5 CST for a good while now. It rides same as stock and I haven't had any problems at all. When I was stock height, I was getting around 19-19.5 mpg strictly highway, averaging about 65-70 mph with the stock tires and wheels. I have to drive almost 400 miles one way to work once a month. Same roads and same driving style (not grandma, but not Dale Jr. either). And I was getting around 16 in town. I dropped down to about 16.5 mpg on the highway after the lift. I now have a Diablosport, and running the 91 octane Hemifever tune, I am now back up to about 18 mpg on highway. Soon to be making my CST lift 6'' with 35'' ATZ P3 tires. Still undecided on wheels, but have it narrowed down to Ballistic Anvil and Fuel Mavericks. The front tires stick out about 1.5'' on each side. Kinda bothers me, but not enough to get rear adapters...yet!

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Rambo - thanks for the quick response. After your comments, I will probably just do a 1.5 or 2 inch leveling up front. If the gas mileage wasnt so significant, then I would probably pull the trigger. That and the 1.5" the front wheels stick out would drive me insane. But your truck looks awesome. Dang it. Wanted this bad. Now the wife wont get too mad at me for spending less than a hundred compared to less than a thousand.
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