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Old 02-19-2013, 04:26 AM
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Unhappy summit engineering 2 inch level problem

is anybody else running the summit engineering level kit?

its the 45 dollar one on ebay, that mounts on the bottom of the coil and comes with the spacer and a stud extender

yesterday i was installing this with a buddy, did one side no real issues, just some stupid BS, and then on the other side, the stud extender they provide snapped
i was only torquing it to spec, it seems to be a defective piece,
so i had to reinstall the spring without the spacer (stock height)

i called them up and they immediately priority shipped me out a new one, so hopefully thatll arrive soon.

heres what it looks like


on the right you can see the stock bolt that holds down the disc that grabs the spring. inside of that is the the stud from the stud extender, which is on the left.




so my question is, is the truck okay to sit in my driveway half leveled? or should i jack it up and leave it on jackstands until i can install the level on the other side. i dont want to wreck my sway bar or anything.


thanks for the help
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