Don't you have to buy taller shocks with leveling kits?
Is this the kit you have installed?I have the 2" Rough Country leveling kit...it was 65 bucks or so and i love it!...will not void warrenty and if you stay under 2.5" of lift with a leveling kit,you shouldnt see any early wear
Did you get a full two inches out of it?Yup,that is the exact same kit i have installed!...very simple to do since you will have everything tore aprt already...My kit was # 1307
Sweet. I think I'll go ahead and order it. One last question: how do I tell if I have aluminum control arms or not. The kit comes two ways - for aluminum control arms and for non-aluminum control arms.Yes i did...i measured before and after...you can so tell the difference now
A) it seems the synthetic (non-metallic) spacers from Daystar are all that is available for my old truck.I'd be careful with those Daystar spacers McClintoc. They're not usually made of solid material. If you go off-road at all (like bumpy field roads) you'll have to watch it. If I were you I'd get a leveling kit that had new shock/strut brackets and torsion keys. Pretty sure procomp and a few others make a kit like that.
Thanks for the link but 2.5" is too high and I already ordered the synthetic Daystars yesterday.Thats why i asked you what year on my last post...just to make sure!...least you caught youself before ordering...try this kit...these are made of steel also