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I'm planing on putting on a 5" Rough Country this weekend and was wondering if i gust take out the leveling kit blocks that are already on the truck.

Oh the lift comes with coil springs for the front
 

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if you have a leveling kit(spacer) in the front, just take it out when you put your new coils in.
 

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If you have a poly/rubber spacer in the front, you more than likely don't still have the factory rubber coil retainer. If you have a steel front spacer, you might still have it. It is a rubber "circle" that is the same size of the top of your coil springs. It prevents you coils and coil buckets from having metal to metal contact, almost like a bushing.
 

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It is a steel 2" spacer. If the factory rubber bushing is gone do i need one and if i do where do i get them at?
 

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BUMP... I looked at the spacer and it has a rubber bushing in between the coil spring and the 2" spacer. Is that rubber piece part of the spacer or can i take it off and use it when i put the new coil spring in?
 

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sorry, not trying to hijack and throw thread in a different direction, but Satan's Chariot what are you running for rubber on your rig? Shes got a mean bulldog stance in your avatar.
 

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BUMP... I looked at the spacer and it has a rubber bushing in between the coil spring and the 2" spacer. Is that rubber piece part of the spacer or can i take it off and use it when i put the new coil spring in?
Yep, that's it. That goes between the coil and the coil bucket.
 

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and do you have the stock stud ring that holds your shock tower on?

or you could always leave the spacer on and have a 7'' lift :)
 

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and do you have the stock stud ring that holds your shock tower on?

or you could always leave the spacer on and have a 7'' lift :)
Thats what i did!! but you will need the rubber ring and the stud ring ike stated above. if you dont have them dodge place can get them or may have a set.
 
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