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Old 10-24-2011, 02:09 PM
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Default Before and after pics of leveling kit and tires

This is my first post here. I wanted to say thanks for all the posts that i researched when deciding on a leveling kit and tires. I went with the RC 2" kit and 275/70R18 Kelly Safari TSR tires. The front driver side rubbed the mudflap at the top where there was a square corner sticking out. It only rubbed in reverse and if you were nose down at an angle and at a certain steering angle. I hit it with a dremmel and sanded the edge down and it took care of the problem. Thats the only thing i had to modify. Without mudflaps it would have been fine. Any questions feel free to ask. Now for the pics:

Before kit with stock tires
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After kit with stock tires
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After kit with 275/70R18 tires (and a dirty truck!)
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Parked next to a stock crew cab at work
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Old 10-25-2011, 01:14 AM
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i put the same kit on mine. looks good. i didnt think it would give me 2" when it came in the mail but it did. im going to run 285/55/20.
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Old 10-29-2011, 07:44 PM
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I was wondering if it was the kit with the spacers that fit under the strut assembely with the 2 bolts and if so how thick was the spacer Im thinking of making my own.
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