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Old 08-10-2011, 02:38 PM   #21
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Ok so I got home today and measured my truck AFTER the TSB was done. Strangely though, I am not getting as much lift as everyone else.
Before After
RR 36.5 37
RL 36.5 36.5

Somehow my left side didn't raise at all. And I definitely have the 4 leaf pack vs. the 3 leaf I had before. Seems odd but oh well.
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Ok so I got home today and measured my truck AFTER the TSB was done. Strangely though, I am not getting as much lift as everyone else.
Before After
RR 36.5 37
RL 36.5 36.5

Somehow my left side didn't raise at all. And I definitely have the 4 leaf pack vs. the 3 leaf I had before. Seems odd but oh well.
I'd say your first measurement may have been on uneven ground .
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Old 08-10-2011, 05:02 PM   #23
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I'm going to measure mine at the hangar tomorrow. Looks like the front is high. I know the truck isnt level here but just looking at it does. I didn't have the dough to put the 51's on the rear so this is TSB with 51's up front.
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I'm going to measure mine at the hangar tomorrow. Looks like the front is high. I know the truck isnt level here but just looking at it does. I didn't have the dough to put the 51's on the rear so this is TSB with 51's up front.
What are teh billies set at ?

Looks good brah brah
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Thanks, 1.75 setting. Funny how you can feel that little amount of actual lift I got just stepping into the truck.
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I'm going to measure mine at the hangar tomorrow. Looks like the front is high. I know the truck isnt level here but just looking at it does. I didn't have the dough to put the 51's on the rear so this is TSB with 51's up front.

Looks good to me. Seems like the parking lot may be sloped giving the illusion the front is higher. That's the look I want when I eventually save up enough for the billies.
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I'd say your first measurement may have been on uneven ground .

You are probably right.
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Ok so I got home today and measured my truck AFTER the TSB was done. Strangely though, I am not getting as much lift as everyone else.
Before After
RR 36.5 37
RL 36.5 36.5

Somehow my left side didn't raise at all. And I definitely have the 4 leaf pack vs. the 3 leaf I had before. Seems odd but oh well.

I didn't get as much lift as I was anticipating either. Here are my before and after measurements:

Before:
Left rear - 35.5
Right rear - 36.5

After:
Left rear - 36.5
Right rear - 37.5

Looks like I picked up about an inch overall.
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The TSB springs will settle to 3/4" over the US stock 3 leaf pack
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The TSB springs will settle to 3/4" over the US stock 3 leaf pack
And keep settling until you're sitting squarely on the overload leaf...
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And keep settling until you're sitting squarely on the overload leaf...
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