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Old 09-13-2012, 05:06 AM
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coil spacer vs new coil for a level?

I want to level my 08 350 and heard good things about the ready lift with the spacer. I also seen I think it was rough country or someone that has a new coil without the spacer. What do you guys recommend? I talked to a guy with a 250 that did the ready lift that loved his, he insisted now matter which I get to get the track bar relocater bracket to reposition the front axle and to eliminate death wobble. Any thoughts??
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Old 09-13-2012, 05:09 AM
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I have a 4.5" RC and it rides better than stock. All coil lift. People rag on RC but if you don't do much offroad driving, they're hard to beat. You don't need a track bar relocation bracket with a leveling kit.
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what are the most popular levels? I've been reading alot on summit racing etc trying to make up my mind....so many decisions. I dont plan on going off road at all. just a street truck that tows a 6k trailer, thats it.
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