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I've seen / read a ton of threads about this lift, but would really like to see some more pictures of what this looks like? I would also like to know what the front Bilsteins are set to.

I'm having a hard time deciding between this, or just a standard level. From the few pictures I have seen, it looks like there is still a lot of rake in this and I'd like a more level look. Just curious to see a few more pictures!

Thanks in advance!

Jamie
 

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http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?p=1784826#post1784826

This is essentially the MOPAR 2" (as far as height goes) but my rear end is only 1.5" taller. Going any further requires the extra brackets in the MOPAR kit for the brake lines, etc.

So you would have 0.5" more rake than I do with the MOPAR 2" kit.
 

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Here's my experience with the Mopar 2" kit

http://www.ramforumz.com/showthread.php?t=210125

At first I only put the front at 2.1" but later moved it to the 2.8" front setting.

If I had it to do over again I'd do the same thing except of course do the 2.8" front height right away. Very happy with the complete lift, since it provides longer rear shocks + the bumpstop extensions to protect them, and corrects the rear sway bar position so the rear articulation is huge. Maybe not important if you never really do much off-pavement but I do.

I have about 12k miles on the lift now, including a lot of 80mph Utah/Wyoming highway, a good amount of dirt roads and rough washes.
 
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