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Just got done installing my "SuperLift" spring blades. So far I like them. With out them I had two inches of squat on the rear when my fifth wheel rv was loaded, with them no squat. Only problem, they gave me another 1 inch of rear lift when not loaded. Now the front is raked down over three inches.:confused:

Debating between 2" spacers and 5100's bilsteins. Shooting for 2 inches of front lift. What do you guys think, if I just do 2 inches will I need diff. drop? How difficult is the diff. drop install? I have the TRD off road factory shocks, new, hate to pitch them.

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This has me wondering, and a little concerned...I have a 3" front leveling kit installed and +2 Coachbuilder shackles, should I have installed a diff drop? I'm no mechanic by any means, so this sh*t is all new to me. The only thing I have noticed different from before the install is a humming noise or slight vibration which seems very random. It comes and goes and it's doesn't seems to increase or decrease with speed. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?
 

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This has me wondering, and a little concerned...I have a 3" front leveling kit installed and +2 Coachbuilder shackles, should I have installed a diff drop? I'm no mechanic by any means, so this sh*t is all new to me. The only thing I have noticed different from before the install is a humming noise or slight vibration which seems very random. It comes and goes and it's doesn't seems to increase or decrease with speed. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?
I would say, yes, you should have installed/should install a diff drop as soon as you hit 3" of lift. Good news is they are cheap and easy to install.
 

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Any particular brand u would recommend? Or not recommend?
 

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This has me wondering, and a little concerned...I have a 3" front leveling kit installed and +2 Coachbuilder shackles, should I have installed a diff drop? I'm no mechanic by any means, so this sh*t is all new to me. The only thing I have noticed different from before the install is a humming noise or slight vibration which seems very random. It comes and goes and it's doesn't seems to increase or decrease with speed. Anyone have any thoughts or suggestions?
Another vote for Yes on the diff drop
 
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