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body lift or leveling kit.

my truck is off set . i have about 6-7 inches of wheel gap in the back and 3-4 in the front. should i just level it or do a total body lift. im leaning more to the level kit. but open for suggestions
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I would level it first, then do the lift. Even if you do the body lift, you are still going to be angled down in the front. But that's just me.
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thats what i was thinking. anyone have an extra leveling kit lying around or know were i can get one for a decent price.
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yeah level it first if you have torsion bars ( I am assuming you do) all it takes is a few turns on the torsion bolt and inlign it and your set, I have just leveld my truck and as long as you don't tighten 'em all the way your ride wont be affected very much if any.
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crank ur tbars a bit and buy a body lift.
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He has a 95...he has no t-bars.
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Nope. . . no tbars.
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yup no t bars.. thanks
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maybe i should start clicking peoples profile to find out next time but thats too much work lol
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Coil spacers are cheap for TIB and TTB set ups. Coils are not expensive either. So either or will level it. Bodylifts for our (pre 98) trucks are high.
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