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Old 12-15-2011, 10:35 PM
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I had my truck "leveled" when I lifted it but I noticed that its still leaning a little forward. How man inches do you have to lift the front for it to be completely evenly leveled?
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readylift 2'' kit for me and it sits at 100% leveled.
very happy with the outcome.
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But I supposedly got a 1 and 3/4 inch lift and it still seems forward.
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Depends on every truck. Only way to really answer it is to measure from the center of your axle to the lip of the wheel well in the front and back, the difference will be how much
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I had a ReadyLift 2.5" front levelling kit installed on my 2100 CC 1500, and the before/after measurement showed a 3.25" front lift. Of course, I added a 185# heavy-duty front bumper and it settled right in at +2.5".
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What lift do you have Laramie? There are only so many options you have to level it when you're lifted. Most guys do the Bilstiens. But you can also do a preload spacer.
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