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Old 12-03-2010, 08:27 PM   #1
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Best option for me?

I know I posted this in another thread regarding my leaf springs but I would like a few more opinions on what to get. I have searched through countless threads and checked out a bunch of types of lifts and I think I have it down to two.

I am looking for something similar to what I would have if I had a TSB with an AAL and 5100's all the way around. From what I understand, that mod would be roughly a 2 or 2.5'' lift. This is what I am looking for. The only problem is my leaf springs are sagging and an AAL would not be the best option so I need to replace the leaf packs. The OME leaf packs say its a 3'' lift and I have read that the 5100's arent a good shock for this spring but some people have done it. Basically, I am confused and looking for some help!

These are the options I am looking at. Any opinions would be greatly appreciated.

OME leaf springs
Bilstein shocks all the way around
OME 885 springs

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Wheelers Alcan springs 2" and the 5100's all the way around with stock coils. (Or should I go with the OME springs for this?? I have heard 5100's are a waste with these springss because they have to be set at 0.)

Which one of these would be the closest to the setup with having a stock truck with TSB and AAL in the rear with the 5100's.

Thank you in advance for the suggestions and sorry if these are stupid and boring questions!
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Old 12-04-2010, 11:52 AM   #2
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Old 12-05-2010, 12:33 AM   #3
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Really?? No one on here will answer this for me??
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Bump, my NON TSB springs are frowning and want to level everything out...Bump for more info....
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