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I got a 2012 1500 SLT with a 2" daystar front and rear spacer kit installed. I just ordered the Bilstein 5100s the other day. If i take out my spacers in the front and run 2.8 in the front what will the level look like?

Anyone running a daystar spacer in the rear with 5100's in the front set at 2.8 would like to see what it will look like.
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I got a 2012 1500 SLT with a 2" daystar front and rear spacer kit installed. I just ordered the Bilstein 5100s the other day. If i take out my spacers in the front and run 2.8 in the front what will the level look like?

Anyone running a daystar spacer in the rear with 5100's in the front set at 2.8 would like to see what it will look like.
Parking your truck on level ground and using a tape measure will answer your question

Each truck is different in regards to stock rake
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I had a 2 1/4 rake on my truck so with that being said IF yours was the same you would still have around 1.5 rake.
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