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OK, I've searched around and haven't really been able to find an answer. I'm having my 3" Supreme Suspension front level put on this Friday and I'm leaving the back of the truck alone until I can see how it looks then I'll be deciding on which size shackles to order from Coach. My question is if I'm needing a diff drop with the back currently not being lifted at all or only after the back gets lifted?:dunno: Also, if needed, where could I go about getting the spacers by this Friday? Thanks in advance!
 

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From my recent experience you will need it. I did a 2.25" over coil spacer, and then a 1" diff drop yesterday. It did help, but tight turns in 4x4 you feel and hear binding in the front axle cv's, 4x4 20mph front end shimmy until I hit 40mph then it smooths out.

I added rear super springs for my fifth wheel. I got almost 4" had to do something with the front.
 

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I just crawled under my rig and measured with and without the 1" drop. I don't get it, but I only got 1/2" of drop with a 1" kit!
 
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