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Old 04-09-2012, 09:22 PM   #1
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5100's w/Eibach coils help

Yes, yes I know, another thread on this, i've searched plenty on this and still havent found the answer Ive been looking for.

I just got my 5100's with my eibach coils in, I want to achieve about 2" of lift in the front, can I do this and keep the billys at 0?

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Old 04-09-2012, 09:26 PM   #2
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first or second gen truck? if first gen then no the spring gives it 3" with the perch at 0" and for second gen i do believe you could put a spacer on it but i would suggest you not to
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just bump the perch up one notch or even two not sue of the exact hights on the 2 gens.
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just bump the perch up one notch or even two not sue of the exact hights on the 2 gens.
Set at .85 will give you about 2.5 lift. At 0 is 1.6 lift
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Set at .85 will give you about 2.5 lift. At 0 is 1.6 lift
thanks man, that was the answer I was looking for
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