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Old 07-22-2014, 05:46 PM
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thank you sir! What do you think would be a good round-a-bout amount that I would have to pay someone to level out my 2WD 2006 Quad Cab? Looking over the instructions and it is a bit out of my wheel house.
You're probably looking at the $200-$250 range for labour and alignment. Depends on the shop.
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I'm no pro at this but just installed the HBS 2.5 leveling kit in the front. It's a crew cab standard bed 4x4 and after the alignment I got a solid 2" lift in the front. Very easy to install and leveled the truck perfectly, just have a buddy help you. I have experienced no side effects with the 4x4 either. I'm planning a bigger tire when the factory ones go bald and I save more $$$$... Unless I win the lotto
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Yup, easy to do in the garage on a Saturday. The rear spacers take more time to jack up the truck and get the tires off than it does to install them.

Here is a pic...see sig for more info but 2.5" front, 1.75" rear. I have 17k miles on the setup, wheeled it, and it has been flawless.

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I'm in the same boat right now. Trying to decided on what wheels/tires I want to put on. And what will fit and not rub lol.
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