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Old 12-24-2012, 12:32 PM
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hey guys so i picked up my 09 cummins with the lift installed and i was told it was an 8" but has longer trac arms then the 6" and diff mounting then the new long arm i saw onthere site, im boggled i need new bushings in the front but might just change the lift i duno yet any suggestions?

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Measure from the fender to the centre of the wheel hub on yours and compare that to a stock 09 3500 and see if its 6 or 8 inches different

Could also be a 6" with a levelling spacer on top of the spring
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