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Old 06-08-2013, 07:55 PM
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rear level questions

I just put on my readylift 2.5 with 5100's all around including steering stabilizer and am running 325/60/20 bfg a/t on stock rims and love the ride. skipping in the rear has stopped but it does look low in the rear. even though it is perfectly level. i'm going to lift the rear an inch now.
any recommended kits for that?

I did not buy the complete front and rear kit but rather the front and track bar. when you buy the whole set they include a carrier bearing spacer. they do not sell it alone
do I need this? and what about bump stop extensions?

I am assuming I need 5 inch blocks?
I have a 2012 350 with camper package.
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Old 06-09-2013, 07:27 AM
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and how do I properly set my headlights?
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I had mine done at the dealership and they put rear blocks on for me along with everything else. Might contact your dealers parts division and see if they can order what you need.
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I was leaning toward readylift my one and only dealer in town is not very good at anything other than stock. did you have to get aftermarket shocks or did they just use the stockers? i'm just worried as I just put on the 5100's and they are only for stock height. just looking at the pictures they don't seem to have extensions like the front,
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I was leaning toward readylift my one and only dealer in town is not very good at anything other than stock. did you have to get aftermarket shocks or did they just use the stockers? i'm just worried as I just put on the 5100's and they are only for stock height. just looking at the pictures they don't seem to have extensions like the front,


I kept everything stock.
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