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Leveled 2019 Stock Wheels

2” spacer, stock black 20’s and 295x65x20 open range AT.

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Looks great, can you post a photo of the whole truck from the side. I'm thinking of getting the carli 2.5" springs for my 3500 H.O.
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The Carli or Thuren kit would be better for overall performance, spacer just retains all factory parts. 1.75-2.00” are close to level. 2.5” could sit low if towing anything. I’ll try and get more photos.
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I'm going to lift the rear 2" as well. Plus I have the air suspension so it shouldn't sag while towing.
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I'm going to lift the rear 2" as well. Plus I have the air suspension so it shouldn't sag while towing.

Can you tell me the height difference front to rear on your truck with air ride? Mine is only 1/2" higher on rear, very little rake.

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Wow that looks great! Thanks for the side profile picture.
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I'm going to lift the rear 2" as well. Plus I have the air suspension so it shouldn't sag while towing.

Can you tell me the height difference front to rear on your truck with air ride? Mine is only 1/2" higher on rear, very little rake.

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I'm at 41" at the front wheel well and 41.5" at the rear. So only a " difference from front to rear. When I do the 2.5" lift up front I might lift the rear 3" instead of 2" to have a little more rake. I have the factory air assist as well and I'm not a fan of the leveled look I prefer to have little rake.
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I'm at 41" at the front wheel well and 41.5" at the rear. So only a " difference from front to rear. When I do the 2.5" lift up front I might lift the rear 3" instead of 2" to have a little more rake. I have the factory air assist as well and I'm not a fan of the leveled look I prefer to have little rake.
One side of mine is the same and the other is 40.25" and 41.5" which is correct in my mind. ( Or better at least ) when you are only 1/2" and drop to 1/2" below in Alt you are now nose high, not exactly the system they sold us haha.

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I'm at 41" at the front wheel well and 41.5" at the rear. So only a " difference from front to rear. When I do the 2.5" lift up front I might lift the rear 3" instead of 2" to have a little more rake. I have the factory air assist as well and I'm not a fan of the leveled look I prefer to have little rake.
One side of mine is the same and the other is 40.25" and 41.5" which is correct in my mind. ( Or better at least ) when you are only 1/2" and drop to 1/2" below in Alt you are now nose high, not exactly the system they sold us haha.

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Are those measurements front to rear or left to right? That seems a little off?
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Are those measurements front to rear or left to right? That seems a little off?
Yah it is off and I think I got it narrowed down thanks to the guys at Thuren, factory alignment has it cranked up on one side, we'll see how the dealer handles it on a $90,000 (CDN) truck a week old haha.

Both rears 41.5"
Drivers Front 40.25" ( 1.25" rake ) Correct IMO
Pass Front 41" ( .5" Rake ) No good especially in ALT it drops into a negative 1/2" rake, not level.

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