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Old 12-09-2009, 10:02 AM   #1
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level amount?

I'm looking into leveling out my 2007 4x4 dc. weather i go the 5100 rout, spring rout, or somethign else, i was wondering what amount of lift i need in the front for a level ride.
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Old 12-09-2009, 11:07 AM   #2
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It depends on a few things, but typically about 1.25" in the front.
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just measure the front and back and get the differnece and that is your magic number.
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thanks for the quick replies! i'll give it a measure, but it's good to know it should be between 1 and 2 inches
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The difference between my front and back is exactly two inches and I have an 07 DC 4x4 OR. I want to level as well and I am thinking of doing the Eibach Springs with 5100s up front set at 0 for 1.6inches of lift. I will place 5100s in the back as well so they all match. Has anyone else went this route????
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I have a 2010 PreRunner Access Cab with the TSB rear springs and 5100s all around. I have the front set at 1.75" which gave it a nice raise but still has a little rake. I decided against the 2.5" setting because of the harsh ride comments I had heard as well as the possibility of not being able to get the alignment within factory specs using the stock UCAs.
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I'm looking into leveling out my 2007 4x4 dc. weather i go the 5100 rout, spring rout, or somethign else, i was wondering what amount of lift i need in the front for a level ride.
1.5 to 2 inches.
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