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12-13-2011 12:13 AM
Cv2065
1/2" or 1" Coil Spacer?

After my 2.5" lift, my rear is 3/4" lower than the front, so I want to level it out. A little rake would not bother me either.

If I go 1/2", I'll still be off by 1/4", but its not that big of deal, but want to get as close as possible.

If I go 1", I'll get a little better than level with a 1/4" rake, which would be ideal of the two. Theorhetically, this would put me at 2.75" if the front coils indeed sits at exactly 2.5".

I just want to be sure whatever coil spacer I add, by going over the 2.5" mark, that it will not cause any additional suspension issues by sitting higher.

Thoughts?

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