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post #1 of 7 Old 07-13-2011, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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I measured my truck today and the difference between rear and front is 1". So I decided to go with the Icon TEI 1" Spacer...if I can. Icon states that it can be used with any of their kits to gain an extra inch. So, my questions are can it be used with stock suspension? and if so will it still yeild 1"? Thanks in advance

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I measured my truck today and the difference between rear and front is 1". So I decided to go with the Icon TEI 1" Spacer...if I can. Icon states that it can be used with any of their kits to gain an extra inch. So, my questions are can it be used with stock suspension? and if so will it still yeild 1"? Thanks in advance
Yup. Your GTG. I was going to get on too, but the ready lift 1.5" is closer to level for me.
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Yup. Your GTG. I was going to get on too, but the ready lift 1.5" is closer to level for me.
awesome, thanks

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White07, where are you going to buy the spacer from? I'd like to get one too

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With a 1" do you think you could run 35"s on the factory 20's???
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I'm already running 35's on the factory 20's with bone stock suspension. I'm not sure where I'll buy it. Just google Icon Vehicle Dynamics TEI Spacer

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Just a heads up... we also offer coil spacers in 1", 1.5", 2", and 2.5" heigths. They are fabricated steel and have holes to allow bolting to the coil bucket if the truck see's heavy offroad use. If you all have any questions, just let me know.

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