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post #1 of 18 Old 12-15-2012, 03:25 PM Thread Starter
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First off, sorry for not posting a pic, but I had to run my wife all over the place this afternoon. I installed the Readylift Radius Arm Drop Down Bracket Kit w/ lower coil spacers to my existing Readylift Stage 3TP SST Lift Kit. The install took about 2 hours. Instructions were very good. The truck sits completely level and drives closer to stock now, real smooth. If anyone is running Readylift 2.5" coil spacer and 5" blocks, I highly recommend this addition. Here's a LINK to the item and the kit I added to LINK

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Probably one of those deals that you ask 10 guys and get 10 different answers. I'm keeping what I have. I like the look, I like the sound. I don't think you would ever notice the difference on the street. Maybe on the dyno, but I don't ride there.
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When you have this done can the truck stay tuned? or do I need to switch back to stock?

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I'm planning on doing the same to my truck. Post some pics when you can


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Pics please! I have the same setup and have been kicking myself since I bought the kit for not getting the 3.5" kit from the get go. I would love to see this kit installed!

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When you have this done can the truck stay tuned? or do I need to switch back to stock?
Nothing tuning related required.

My driveway is on an angle so some of the pics don't represent well.








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What size blocks in the rear?

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What size blocks in the rear?
5" blocks in the rear comes with the Readylift Stage 3TP LINK

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Nice.

Are you still on stock tires?

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Nice.

Are you still on stock tires?
Stock size 275/65 20, Nitto Terra Grappler. I think the conversion is 34.1x10.8x20. I think 35's would be the best, could probably run 37s, but I wouldn't want to lose the MPGs I'm getting now. I'll probably go with 35's in the Spring.

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Hi Jim. Nice truck! Would it be possible to get some pics on level ground? I'm just worried that I don't want to look nose high with this kit.

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