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Old 08-31-2010, 09:22 PM   #1
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Leveling off

Don't know what lift I'm running, but I do know that I'm a little front heavy (nose down). Have a winch and front tube. Should I measure the back and front and level the difference? My thought was to measure flare/fender to ground and try to compensate in the front with some coil spacers.

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If you want it level measure from the frame right at the control arm mounts / or / the bottom of the tub right by the flares...... Reason = the rear flare DOES sit higher on the tub than the front flare....fact. Not alot but it does.

Also a few things come in play.

What kind of lift you have now...
Coil spacers or spring lift or combo...
If you have coil spacers....don't stack them.
If you have coil lift...sure slap a spacer in there.

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