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Old 09-26-2009, 01:31 PM
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ROugh C0untry 3" with 2" Leveling kit?

So I have a 3" Rough Country lift kit and it looks good.. I was wondering if I would be able to add the leveling kit on top of that to gain an extra 2 inches. If I can what size block or spring would i need in the back? As of right now I have the overload springs from the factory the back.

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Im looking to do a Rough Country 3inch lift so a little off topic you think you could send me pictures of what your truck looks like?? Thanks
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I have an '08 SD but I would imagine that they will look the same with the lift. I will try and snap some pics this week. Check this link out http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/sus...es-wheels.html
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I am running a 4" Rancho kit with a 2" leveling kit. I used add a leafs
in the rear which are about two inches. Rides great.
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Do you have any pictures of your setup?
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Old 10-11-2009, 02:05 PM
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Well I finally got the RC lift and the 35" Grapplers on.. I like the look of it. I will be tinting all the back windows 5% and the front 20% when I go to Calgary. Speaking of which does anyone know a good spot in Calgary to get tinting done?

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i kinda have the same question . i see you guys are stacking leveling kits on top of lifts . can i put a leveling kit on top of my pro comp 6 inch lift? pro comp told me i needed a diffrent track bar ??or an adjustable one does anybody know anything about this ? do i need it or not ? i have some tire rub and i figure this would be an easy way to fix it THANKS!
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The biggest problem I see in stacking leveling kits/lifts is that it throws the caster angles so far out that without relocation brackets for the trailing arms you'll never make the truck drive properly(bump steer/wandering etc)
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Old 10-24-2009, 07:16 PM
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The biggest problem I see in stacking leveling kits/lifts is that it throws the caster angles so far out that without relocation brackets for the trailing arms you'll never make the truck drive properly(bump steer/wandering etc)
will i have this problem if i have a mini leaf pack and add a leaf to front?
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will i have this problem if i have a mini leaf pack and add a leaf to front?
No because you have leave springs in the front.
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