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Old 08-01-2013, 08:02 AM
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So just got the kit installed.... And there's a really noticable rake. What can I do to fix this? I want her to be even. Maybe those adjustable blisteins?? Any help? I've been looking up the blistiens, is there a specific line to help level a 6" lift? I noticed there is different kinds. I know I need the 5100 series but which specifically? Also its noteworthy to say I have a .75 spacer on the rear
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Why not remove the spacer first?
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I don't think there are any threads about this already here.
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I just replied to your post in my thread but I'll post it up here again for you.

As doolin64 said, the first thing I would do is remove the rear spacer.... With the lift you have and the tire size you're running I just don't see the point in having it in right now. Put keep it for later on down the road if you decide you need it.

But yes, the Bilsteins are the only way to achieve more front end lift and level out your truck. The part number is 24-187367 (Bilstein 5100 Front Adjustables 09-13). As you saw in my thread I set them at 1.4" (with no rear spacer) and it leveled out my truck perfectly.
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Thanks again man. I realize theres other threads but I'm on my phone and busy at work so I appreciate it a lot.
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I just replied to your post in my thread but I'll post it up here again for you.

As doolin64 said, the first thing I would do is remove the rear spacer.... With the lift you have and the tire size you're running I just don't see the point in having it in right now. Put keep it for later on down the road if you decide you need it.

But yes, the Bilsteins are the only way to achieve more front end lift and level out your truck. The part number is 24-187367 (Bilstein 5100 Front Adjustables 09-13). As you saw in my thread I set them at 1.4" (with no rear spacer) and it leveled out my truck perfectly.
This is partially true....I say partially as you can go with a Revtek pre load spacer that acts like the Bilstiens.
However the Bilsteins are still my recommend choice
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