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You have to align your front end when you lift it


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I just got my truck leveled over the weekend with a ProComp 2.5 inch spacer. Haven't had time to get an alignment yet, but will more than likely get it done before the weekend. Maybe its the snow on the ground, but I can't really tell if the ride quality has changed at all. Feels stock but feels much better being higher up in the front!


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I just did the rc 3/1 over the weekend. Pretty happy with the difference so far. I took it to get an alignment and after putting it on the rack, they took it down and said it was perfect and they weren't gonna charge me...
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^Oh that would be a nice little bonus. I had mine on the highway and everything was straight and smooth, but I'll still drop her off for an alignment just for piece of mind. Can't wait for the snow to melt to put some bigger shoes on her


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I just did the rc 3/1 over the weekend. Pretty happy with the difference so far. I took it to get an alignment and after putting it on the rack, they took it down and said it was perfect and they weren't gonna charge me...


I think you need a 2nd opinion before you ruin your tires in <10k miles.

After lifting 3" in front, you surely have too much positive camber.
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I think you need a 2nd opinion before you ruin your tires in <10k miles.

After lifting 3" in front, you surely have too much positive camber.
That's what I was thinking as well. Going to put research into finding a reputable place after I return from vacation.

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i put a 3/1 on and road around for a week with the stock tires and it looked funny with so much room in the wheel well, i had to go with a bigger tire which i love now. put 33/12.5/18 and some new rims.photo(5).jpg
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