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I just recently joined the site and have been doing a little research. I just purchased and installed a fat bobs lift kitt 2.5" in the front 1.5" in the rear with nitto terra grapplers 285/65/18 and am very impressed with both fat bobs is a great company to deal with and an easy install how ever my end still sits an inch and a quarter lower than the rear and its bothering me that its not level ( I know I didnt buy a leveling kit) but I like the leveled look what are some things I could do to level the front end out ?

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Remove the 1.5" in the rear. :dunno: That would make it level. Then install a 3" body lift to achieve the live your looking for. Doing anything more than 2.5" in the front is going to cause pre-mature wear on your front suspension and CV joints. The next choice would be a suspension lift.

 

And Welcome to the site :thumbs:

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Are you being too hard on your level criteria? I bet 9 out of 10 people would think its level if theres only a 1.25 inch rake. I have seen a lot of trucks that I thought were level and the measuring tape says theres maybe an inch. Do you have pics? If you take a poll I think most would say it looks great and looks level. A little rake will help you pulling a trailer or adding some payload. If you added some weight in the back and its level you may want to call your present set up all good and spend time and money on the next upgrade.

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I think it looks awesome just like it is now! Personally, I wouldn't change a thing! However, as others have stated, if you're still not happy, your only option is to remove one of the rear blocks. Or, as Travis22 said, remove both blocks and replace them with a single 2" block.

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