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Just changed my truck up again. 2” rc level, 285/55/22 ridge grapps. 

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Looks awesome! I'm trying to order these Tires today. How bad is the rub?

 

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Not bad at all. Rubs the liner in reverse, I haven’t even tied the liners back on it yet. Those ridge grapplers are the best tire I’ve ever ran, and I think I’ve had em all lmao 

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Can someone point me towards how to level by lowering the rear of the truck?


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29 minutes ago, nowicksl said:

Can someone point me towards how to level by lowering the rear of the truck?


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You simply remove the factory block.

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On 1/8/2018 at 12:14 PM, Fix29 said:

You simply remove the factory block.

Wow!  It's that easy?  Any idea on what this would cost to get done professionally?

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So I finally got my level kit installed today. I went with the MotoFab 3/2. She looks better now. 45b80018a61dd32b5e8b0f0459273506.jpg798a6e27168bc007516960aa696d3f7f.jpg8c64e3eb53cc083023e2f62c0363b1fd.jpg


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Wow!  It's that easy?  Any idea on what this would cost to get done professionally?
Yes. Not sure what a shop would charge. I swapped my block out with a taller one myself and its really simple if you have tools and any mechanical inclination.

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Can someone point me towards how to level by lowering the rear of the truck?


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If you remove the rear block that'll only give you like 1 inch. If you want perfect level you have to buy lowering shackles. Both of these trucks have a 3 inch drop in the rear.a45530fbd42120b73c4d94ccaa369295.jpg550829c858b445602deffab5fe6f9d5b.jpg

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Yes. Not sure what a shop would charge. I swapped my block out with a taller one myself and its really simple if you have tools and any mechanical inclination.

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1-2 hours of labor. In reality takes less than an hour on a lift.


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 Anyone have any experience with CCM Off-road 3" leveling kit?  Searched the thread for a while and haven't found squat...

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 Anyone have any experience with CCM Off-road 3" leveling kit?  Searched the thread for a while and haven't found squat...



Not CCM but same style AMS 3” spacer.
Angles and ride aren’t great but not horrible either.

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Looks good, what size tire are you running? Any rubbing? I'm looking to go with a 20x10 -18 on a 295/55r20

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Looks good, what size tire are you running? Any rubbing? I'm looking to go with a 20x10 -18 on a 295/55r20


315/70r17 on stocks. Rubs the wheel liner at full lock

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has anyone replaced ball joints yet? I have a 2.5" level and at 30k miles getting a lot of noise from them lately thinking its time to replace? want something that lasts longer than 30k miles anything out there?

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