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Lift Kit Problems....

Discussion in 'Lifted & Offroad Suspension' started by schwery383, Jul 27, 2013.

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    schwery383 New Member

    I have a 2004 Chevy Silverado 1500. When i bought it it was level and a street truck and wanted to lift it. I installed a 2 wheel drive w/ torsion bar 7 inch Fabtech lift: included an add-a-leaf, 3 inch blocks, 7 inch spindles, and lifted shocks. Since the truck was level when i bought it the kit now makes the rear of the truck sag an extra 2 inches. Should i put in another add-a-leaf or install 5 inch block? (I do no towing or hauling)

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    schwery383 New Member

    thats what my truck looked like when i bought it. now its lifted 7 inches in front and 5 inches in back. not sure whether i should replace the 3in block with a 5, add a leaf, or just get new lifted leaf springs. Im not sure what would be better on my suspension

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