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Old 06-05-2013, 09:37 PM   #1
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combo spacer lift?

Im new to posting here but have been reading this site for years. lots of good info but getting very confusing. I have an 07 double cab long bed trd sport (3 rear leaf),not TSB. Wanting to lift/level front end and if possible leave the rear stock and put air bags for towing. I rarely go off road and only use 4WD in snow and light mud. Want to put larger tires and make stance look better basically.
Who has a combo spacer lift and how do you like it? I found where I could get 1.25" coil spacer and 1" top plate spacer. My thinking was that it wouldnt ride too much stiffer and the down travel wouldnt be hurt too much either with this combo.
My budget is basically the least amount I need to spend up to $600-700. I dont want to go so tall that UCA's are needed. just a basic lift level or close to level for a truck that mostly stays on the road. Isnt the 5100 basically the same thing as this combo but adjustable?
Also does anyone live in Alabama, Mississippi, Tennessee, Arkansas ,or Panhandle of Florida that has a lift 3" or under that would let me look at the truck in person? I travel for a living and really would like to see what Im doing before I do it!
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Stick with the Bilstein 5100's. Do NOT get the spacer lift let alone stack spacers and think they will ride the same as Bilstein 5100's:
http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/...WebArticle.pdf
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Stick with the Bilstein 5100's. Do NOT get the spacer lift let alone stack spacers and think they will ride the same as Bilstein 5100's:
http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/...WebArticle.pdf
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Stick with the Bilstein 5100's. Do NOT get the spacer lift let alone stack spacers and think they will ride the same as Bilstein 5100's:
http://www.bilsteinus.com/fileadmin/...WebArticle.pdf
x2 the ride will be SOOOO much better with the 5100's
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