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Old 08-26-2013, 06:09 AM
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Should i lift it or stay leveled

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I am gonna have to put a set of shocks on my truck and am trying to decide to lift it 4-4.5 inches or stay leveled and put bilstein 5100s on. I farm and am in and out of my truck allot and tow frequently with it. I will want to stay with a 35 inch tire so keep that in mind. What you guys think? Pics and any other info is greatly appreciated. thanks guys
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Old 08-26-2013, 06:16 AM
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I'm in the same boat....I'd love to lift my truck...but not sure if its worth it...being leveled has done me good so far and kinda nervous, to jack it up any more....I love the looks of both so i just can't make up my mind
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Old 08-26-2013, 07:36 AM
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Stay with a level kit as IMO 35" look to small with a 4" kit plus it gets old climbing in and out of a lifted truck constantly.

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For your situation, I would leave it leveled. In and out all day starts to wear on the back. I have a 08 F350 dually for the farm truck so as soon as I can afford new tires for my '11, it will be getting taller since it is the town cruiser.
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