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Default leveling spacers plus bilstein 5100?

Ive attempted at searching but came up empty handed I currently have a leveling kit on my truck but it has a rake to it and im not a fan of the rake at all so can I add the bilstein 5100s and set them on probaby the bottom setting and run it like that without any adverse effects??? Thanks in advance
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That's a negative Rafterman. One or the other but not both. You'll destroy your ball joints. You're gonna have to live with rake like the rest of us. You could lift it and use one or the other to remove the rake. Or leave it alone. Sorry pard.
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Dang well thats depressing I already have the spacers but still have a rake so not even on the lowest setting on the bilsteins huh :/ well guess ill be looking at a true 4 inch lift then I was trying to get around it cheaper then that but thanks for the info
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That's a good idea. Hope you get what you want.
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