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Old 01-05-2013, 11:16 PM   #72
dwayne
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Location: wheelie in purgatory, Calgary
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Originally Posted by leakypetcock View Post
It's only been a few days since installing the kit and the only thing I've put in the truck is a bunch of cardboard to take to recycling. I lifted the front only with a 2" spacer on top of the strut. Since I did nothing to the rear, I'm guessing (only guessing) that the rear axle is the fulcrum and it actually lowered the tailgate somewhere around 1/4". I haven't really noticed anything different with the truck except for the 2" bigger gap between the top of the tire and the fender opening.

The day I bought it.


How it looks now.
Alright...thanks so much. The primary reason for me considering a leveling kit would be lowering the tail gate, you probably saved me $300 (with the alignment)
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