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I see people post pics of their trucks after belltech and they are much lower than mine. On your express truck (20"s and stock tires) what is your height to the wheel wells? I am 39" rear and 36.5" front. I saw someone post being at 36.5 rear and 34.5 front..... Wow. Big difference.
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i know your looking for belltech but thought i would chime in and say even my ground force which is only 3 in the back put me at 35 inches. thats with 22" srt wheels and 305/45's.
i would say something didnt get installed right.
i dont think i was 39.5 even before the lowering kit.
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well mine is not an express, but my measurements are 34" up front and 35" rear i am running stock 20s with 275/60/20 tires. stock height was 36" front and 38" rear.
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My BT measured 36.5 on front BEFORE and 34.5 AFTER. There was somr confusion about my measurements. The only before and after were the front. I then measured from the center of the wheel hub to the highest point of the wheel lip so it would not matter what tire size everyone had to compare. The BT seems to be steady at 2" front and 3 1/2 to 3 3/4" rear on all that posted. Measure from the center of your hub and post your measurements front and rear.
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