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Old 12-06-2009, 10:14 PM   #1
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Bilstein 5100 Project

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I am finally in the market to get my project going. I won't be doing to much of off roading but I plan to play in the sand and probably some mud.
I would like to get your opinions and suggestions before I make my final decision.
I am planning to go with Bilstein 5100's all around with my stock springs, and maybe a 2" block in the rear. For tires I am hoping to go with 33's if possible.

For the members with the same lift did you use AAL in the rear or a block? If you used a block how many inches?

Thanks in advance everyone!!
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Old 12-11-2009, 01:07 AM   #4
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Thanks guys, ordered my 5100's and I'll most likely go with AAL for the rear. Now to decide on what tires and wheels. What exhausts are you guys running?just want to research the different brands.
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5100's and a AAL will be your best option. A block is gonna ride harsh and not allow you tow as much. And no he won't be maxed out on the Billies as I have the same setup and it is perfect.
If he sets them at 2.5", which he will need to do to fit 33"s, he will be maxed out on them. If you have the money to get the 1.6" leveling springs I would get those, a 1/2" spacer, and billies set at 85."

If not, you will be fine with them set at 2.5"
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quick question, if you have the 5100s @ 2.5" and rear TSB done already, do you still need an AAL?
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quick question, if you have the 5100s @ 2.5" and rear TSB done already, do you still need an AAL?
It depends on how much your TSB has settled and if you want any kind of rake in the rear. You going to set your Billys @ .85 with the Eibachs?
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