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    Go to RCX's site and look at the 5" and the 7" and you will see everything is the same up front but the 2.5" strut spacer. Also it only dropped your diff 5 inches so if you were able to stack another level kit on you are talking 4 inches plus in level which would be very very bad angles.

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    Ok I understand now. Hey what does your signature mean f 44" r 43.75" ?
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    Those are the fender measurments for the front and rear of the truck. That is from the ground to the fendor lined up with the center of the wheel.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ajarman View Post
    Those are the fender measurments for the front and rear of the truck. That is from the ground to the fendor lined up with the center of the wheel.
    If I found that out on my truck...that 1/4 difference would be killing me and it already is



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    It's been said, but I will echo it. The angles on the RC 7.5" kit are anything but flat. The angles with that kit are actually worse than 2.5" because their 5" kit isn't a "full drop." That's why you have to cut off the droop stops with the 7.5" kit. The angles are probably much closer to 3". If you want to go up, buy a Cognito or Bullet Proof kit. If I was to do it again, I would go with Fabtech + Bilstein 7-9" adjustables.

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