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post #1 of 45 Old 01-31-2008, 02:16 PM Thread Starter
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Leveling kit and Toyo 35's PICS INSIDE!!

Here is my 06 King ranch with 2 inch leveling kit. For some reason the front is now 1 inch higher than the rear. I ordered larger blocks and ubolts for the rear to level out the leveling kit..... Tell me what you guys think... I may add 2 inch spacers on the wheels to give it a wider stance.


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That looks sharp, bad azz truck man.

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looks good man! Id stay away from wheel spacers. they are very hard on wheel bearings.



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I dont know if I would feel comfortable towing with them but they would look badass!!
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they would look good but id rather spend the extra money and just get wider wheels with the corect back spacing so you dont run into wheel bearing issues.



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Wouldnt wheels that stick out further also be bad on wheel bearings??
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If they have the correct back spacing they wont.



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looks tight man..good stance

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What brand leveling kit are you running and how do you like it? Do you notice any difference in how it drives or handles? I had heard that you would need to put a new track bar bracket in and get new shocks.

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Looks great. We need more leveled trucks plus it looks like mine minus the stripe.
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