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05-17-2013 10:56 AM
BacaraJKU Hate to bump, anyone???
05-15-2013 04:54 PM
BacaraJKU I read through the several page thread on this kit, but have a unique scenario so thought I would start my own thread.

The Rancho kit I'm looking getting is the RS66109BR9 probably from amazon.

This kit does more leveling then a true 2" inch lift. I'm not running aftermarket bumpers and don't plan to, but if I get to the point of needing them, I'll go to a 3.5" lift anyways. Reason I bring this up is Rancho rep said they designed kit for aftermarket bumpers and since I'm running stock I'm concerned with front lift.

Where I need help is I was planning to buy the 1.75" rear spacer from rancho and use that instead of putting in the .75" spacer that comes with the kit. Tech Support said that could mess up my Pinion Angle if I do that.

Thoughts on pinion angle and best approach to resolve it? Worst case scenario is I should be level with just using kit since I have 59 springs in rear (best guess on this one).

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