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    Default Stock Ride Height? 2012 2500HD

    Anyone have the measurement from the center of the hub to the top of the fenderwell for a NNBS (2012) 2500HD? I gave the torsion bar bolts three full turns and the lower control arm is still nicely touching the jounce stopper. Started at 24", ended up at 24-3/4" like expected, but I also have some added weight on the nose and I'm wondering if I actually did any lifting; or if I just returned to the factory ride height?

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    wow thats a whole 10" shorter than my truck...
    go to the dealer and compare their trucks lol
    i do that when i need a reminder to save my money
    Gas was $1.83 when Obama took office.....

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    A guy with a 3500 had 24.5 inches, so my measurement is good. Keep in mind, center of hub.

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