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Old 08-01-2010, 05:11 PM
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Can I add a 2 inch coil spacer on top on my 6 inch lift?

Hey guy's im getting ready to instal a 6in superlift kit on my truck and was wondering if I could put a two inch coil spacer on top of it to make it 8inch up front, is this possible? Would/what would I need need to change up front for this to work?
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Yes. I have about 8 buddys with that same setup. As long as you stay 2 inches and under you shouldnt need anything else.. Sometimes people install the adjustable track bars with the track bar drop that comes with the 6 inch lift to center the front end perfectly.
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I have a set of ICON 7" Coil Springs for sale. Also have a set of 1" TEI spacers if you wanted to do 8". Thats whats on the truck in my signature. The ICON coils are a dual rate spring and one of the best riding coils you can get. Pm me if you are interested.
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