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Hey all, got some extra Christmas money and am going to level my rig. I am going with Toytec spacers, my question which would do the job better 2" or 2.5".

Thanks for your input and I hope you all have had the greatest of Holidays.
 

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farkie said:
Hey all, got some extra Christmas money and am going to level my rig. I am going with Toytec spacers, my question which would do the job better 2" or 2.5".

Thanks for your input and I hope you all have had the greatest of Holidays.
I was thinking of doing this also. Do you plan on ever adding a cap for the back ?
 

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Eventually, but I have other things I would like to do first. I just can't stand the downward rake and want to correct it.
 

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LiquidClen said:
I think it is only a 2" difference...could be wrong, someone correct me if I am
That is correct. If you raise the front any higher than 2" it will sit nose high.
 

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so there will be a 2" difference in the front wheel well than the back when the spacers are put on?
 

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lZl jody lZl said:
so there will be a 2" difference in the front wheel well than the back when the spacers are put on?
If you install spacers that are supposed to give you a 2" lift in the front then the truck should sit level and have the same measurement from the ground to the center of the fenderwells in front and back.

Myself, I prefer to keep the back a little higher than the front.
 
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