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Old 10-29-2011, 04:06 PM   #1
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buying bilistein all around need advice

going to buy bilistein front coilovers with eibachi coils gunna do 3in in the front bt i want the back to be higher like a rake need help for the best way to lift the back
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Old 10-29-2011, 04:12 PM   #2
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new leaf pack
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I know dakar has one, all pro maybe? ahah

Most of these new leaf springs packs give you a full 3" IIRC. so you will be lifting the entire truck 3" keeping stock rake.
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new leaf pack
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Go all OME. I got 885s & Dakars and ended up with 3" front & rear lift. Great ride on & off road.
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Main thing to decide is how much weight you keep in the rear. All pro has a nice soft riding leaf pack that gives a lot of lift, but is designed for basically running with an empty bed all the time.

The OME Dakar leaf pack, and the All Pro "Expedition" leaf pack assume you're consistently/regularly hauling weight back there.
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