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My truck sits at 1/4 high in the back. 43" front . 43 1/4' rear. With the track bar it is longer to accommodate for the lift and centering the axle. Stronger end links and grease fittings on them. 24-185776 is the part no. for the Front Bilstein shocks. You can go to the Thuren site and also email Don with any questions you might have. Very good to work with.
 

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My truck sits at 1/4 high in the back. 43" front . 43 1/4' rear. With the track bar it is longer to accommodate for the lift and centering the axle. Stronger end links and grease fittings on them. 24-185776 is the part no. for the Front Bilstein shocks. You can go to the Thuren site and also email Don with any questions you might have. Very good to work with.
I have emailed back and forth with Aaron who was very helpful. my truck sits at 40" front and 43" rear stock. You are at 43 1/4" rear I guess the 295/60s raise the truck about 1/4" alone...so you actually got 3" lift out of the 2" coils up front?
 

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Just ordered my new truck. Looking at thuren for level springs. Wondering if I have to get new shocks as well... ordered it with the off road so itÂ’ll have some form of billsteins with it but wonder about length
 

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Started off with Mickey Thompson ATZ of the same size. Had the balanced 5 times and they never stopped shaking!! 4wheel parts contacted MT and told them my plight. The credited me $700 after 14k miles I put out an additional $500 and 4wheel parts thru in the mounting and balancing. The me Pro-Comps are a great ride. Just need to work out the new tire squish and all will be right again!
 

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Looking to level my 2016 2500. I have a new set of Nitto 35 inch on 20 x 9 fuel wheels coming. I need suggestions. I’d rather have a kit that includes coils as well as shocks as opposed to using spacers.
I’d like to hear from both the owners that are using the spacers as well as a more complicated kit. Pros and cons thank you very much.
Tim
 
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