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Old 10-19-2010, 05:31 PM   #1
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will a 3.5 lift in the front and a 2 in the back level my truck?

a simple question really. want to know if it will level my truck out and also
i can fit 33's no problem right?

and if it wont level my truck out will the "rake" look be really bad?

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Old 10-19-2010, 05:57 PM   #2
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i doubt it. i put a 3" in the front and a 3.5 in the back and the rear is still low.
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i doubt it. i put a 3" in the front and a 3.5 in the back and the rear is still low.
really? because the back is higher by 1 to 1.5 inch from what i heard. maybe your leafs are sagging?
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Old 10-19-2010, 06:28 PM   #4
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they are, but i put on a aal. and a 1.5" shackle.. if your rear is higher then i would just put the front on first and set it down then step back and take a look at it.
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they are, but i put on a aal. and a 1.5" shackle.. if your rear is higher then i would just put the front on first and set it down then step back and take a look at it.
this is what im going to doo. I was thinkin about getting a 2 shackle. More flex!
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I have almost 3" in front and 2" in the rear and I think it sits pretty level.

As far as 33's go, it just depends how much rubbing you're willing to put up with and the amount of trimming you want to do. There's many different factors in it, like upper control arms, sway bar in place, having fender flares or mud flaps, etc. And all that on top of the type of tires and wheels you get.
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