As of right now, my truck sits at factory rake, etc with the exception of a TSB. I measured the ground-to-fender distance at the centerline of each wheel and my front measurements came out at 34" while the rear was at 37.25"
My question is this: If I want to lift the front and level it, will I be able to sit level by installing the Toytech/Bilstein coilovers in the front, with the 5100s set at .85 and Eibachs, giving the standard lift of just under 3" (I have a DC so I won't get the full 3")? I also would install standard 5100s in the rear for improved ride, I just would skip an AAL because I prefer the look of leveled as opposed to lifted with the standard rake.
I know this likely is a stupid question but I'm just relying on the somewhat limited knowledge I have of suspensions and the common sense calculation that if I have 3.25" of rake now and raise the front by ~3", I'll more or less level it out. I want to see if the experts here have any advice as to whether I missed something and would get a "bro-lean" if I did this.
I really appreciate any responses, always great advice here on TW.