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Alright so all i have on my truck is a 2.25" leveling kit in the front. Would ya'll recommend me getting blocks in the back, 2" or 3"

 

 

It depends on how much rake you want to have. A 3" block in place of the factory 1.25" block will give you close to a factory stance, the whole truck will just sit taller. A 2" block in place of the factory block will keep the truck closer to being level, without the front being too high, when towing or hauling. How do you want it to look?

 

You can check out my gallery if you want....my old truck had the equilivant of a 3" block, while my current truck has a 2". Both had a 2" spacer up front.

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not to jack thread.. but i have keys on my GMT800 cranked about 2.75"... stock in the back. cant decide whether 2" or 3" would give me a perfectly level stance. any ideas?

 

 

and to the OP, i would get whatever ryan has on his truck, perfect GMT900 stance

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not to jack thread.. but i have keys on my GMT800 cranked about 2.75"... stock in the back. cant decide whether 2" or 3" would give me a perfectly level stance. any ideas?

 

 

and to the OP, i would get whatever ryan has on his truck, perfect GMT900 stance

 

2" with stock rear block

 

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And to the op. I helped a co worker put that exact kit on his truck and it looks great imo. I don't have a good picture of it just this.

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Its sitting on 18" moto metals that he painted black and 285 60r18 nitto terra grapplers

 

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