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Old 07-04-2013, 12:23 PM
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I snapped this picture of what appears to be a leveling kit on a 2008 3.4Ton 6.7 I bought yesterday. Is this just a spacer? How would I remove it? I seems like the handling is a little more wobbly than my 2003. Would this cause instability?
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It does look like a spacer, however, it should not cause any stability. Taking it off is fairly easy if you're mechanically inclined and have some tools and a couple of good jacks. This is going to sound easier than it is, but basically you lower the lower control arm and take it out.
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I snapped this picture of what appears to be a leveling kit on a 2008 3.4Ton 6.7 I bought yesterday. Is this just a spacer? How would I remove it? I seems like the handling is a little more wobbly than my 2003. Would this cause instability?
This is the same thing I have in my truck it is a spacer with that said it should not be the cause of your wobbly handling you may have other issues causing that. This is made by daystar here is the link

http://www.daystarweb.com/productdet...p?productID=12
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