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    Default is a small suspension lift possible

    when i jacked up my 95 C1500 the other day to check the brakes, i thought it looked pretty cool after 2 or 3 inches of being jacked up, nothing big since it is 2WD, but still looked cooler

    anything would be nice, and yes the bushings do look worn but arent squeaking
    or can i find a decent stock 16 inch rim for a bigger tire

    Last edited by 95WT; 09-15-2009 at 10:26 AM.

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    Red Wing, Minnesota, United States


    For you all you need is a 2-3" spacer on the coil spring up front to bring it level. You can also add blocks to the rear if you want to raise that too, either way it will be pretty cheap for you to accomplish.

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    sweet, i know where i can get the coil spacers, and the fleet farm in town has leaf spring boosters too


    what about what i should look for when i change the shocks and struts?

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