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Old 05-07-2007, 07:00 PM
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leveling kit??

hey how yall doin
finally cut my muffler off this weekend. im runnin straight pipes and lovin that sound!! now i have another question. i want a leveling kit but have no idea on which one to buy. i have around 350 bucks to spend but wouldnt like to spend ALL of it on a leveling kit, but it doesnt matter. i looked at a 2" kit made by rancho maybe?? i cant remember but it was only like $75. i talked to a rep at the place call TopGunCustomz out of TN and one rep said that it would only raise it 1.5" and i need at least 2". any suggestions on what kind to buy??thanks!

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p.s. can i maybe get some pics of yalls trucks with leveling kits??
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Old 05-07-2007, 07:06 PM
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mine has a 3" shackle leveling kit... its a fabtech... i wasnt aware that there was a 2" leveling kit for a leaf spring setup for 70 bucks... i know they have them for the 05+ coilovers..

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Old 05-07-2007, 07:13 PM
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Tuff country has an add-a-leaf kit that is inexpensive. Pro-comp offers a shackle drop front leveling kit, but that would take a chunk of that 350. I have sold the Pro-Comp kits with no complaints, but I have installed the Tuff Country kits and they work nice. Plus the price is good.
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I haven't tried the Fabtech lits even though we carry them. How was the install Raul?
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it was really easy... way easier than adding new leafs
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is it a 4x4 or 4x2 ?
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who makes your 3" shackle kit??? that would give me better clearance...
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who makes your 3" shackle kit??? that would give me better clearance...
fabtech makes it.... comes with all the hardware and shocks to do it..... let me know if your interested and ill hook you up with a good price

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