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LoweredKlass

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  1. Bilstein shocks thread

    I suppose I should have asked, will the truck ride just as well on the stock setting as it would on the lifted levels? I just wondered if the lighter/lifted settings preload the springs more than on the stock setting? Seems I keep getting different opinions, so I'm second guessing everything lol
  2. Bilstein shocks thread

    So I recently purchased a set of the 5100's (all four corners) for my 2018. The plan is to just go up to maybe the third setting up front and leave the rear stock. I chatted to one of the local shops, which specializes in lifts/etc. And they recommend that I level the front with a lower strut mount extension (the 2" rough country for example) and keep the Bilsteins at the stock setting. Therefore the spring isnt preloaded as much, and gives a much better ride. Only issue, I'm thinking the 2" level night be too much. Really dont want any type of squat and still want a bit of a forward rake. Should mention I'm on stock wheels/tire size.
  3. 2014+ Leveling Kits

    Hey guys, Just picked up a 2018 1500, and looking to level the front a bit, like 1.5" to 2" tops From what I've read so far, it sounds like with the newer models, you should be replacing the uca, regardless of what leveling kit you go with. This true even with a slight level like a 1.5"? I'm keeping the stock 20" wheels and tires - at least for now lol -
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