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I measured the front and rear of my truck and the front sits exactly 2 inches lower. I know the bilsteins go to 2.8, but Im assuming that I should put them at 2 even so the truck is level or does the weight of the engine push them down a tad so I should put them higher than 2? I read you can only adjust them during install so I want to make sure I get them right.
 

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You'll read on here many people who set them at 2.8 end up having a slightly higher front, setting at 2.1 seems to be the way to go.

But...I'm just going off what I read since I plan on purchasing them very soon.
 

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Yea I didnt know if there was a 'settling' of the shock, so if I truly want 2 inches, I need to put it at 2.1 or 2.5 or something. I know we are only talking a small amount, but didnt know why people were putting them at max 2.8 and not caring that its nose high, or if its something to where you can barely tell.
 
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