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what is a cost effiect way to level out the front of a 93
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coil spacers.
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is that the rubber spacer that goes between the coils its self or the bottom of the strut towers
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you would be correct. i just did it on my 94 today. Pretty straight forward install. Took about 4 hours and a friend. Daystar is the only company that sells a leveling kit for our series trucks as well.
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Im wanting to do the same thing. Anyone know if new shocks will be needed? Also before and after pictures would be great....
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Its a 93... Those coils are toast....... Superlift has a leveling kit that I installed on my 96, brought the front end up an inch higher than I was hoping for and had to install add a leaves in the rear... Worked Great though..

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Its a 93... Those coils are toast....... Superlift has a leveling kit that I installed on my 96, brought the front end up an inch higher than I was hoping for and had to install add a leaves in the rear... Worked Great though..

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X2. That is what I did on my '95.
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Skyjacker also sells a 2" lift coil that will work as well. Its less work to install the coil spring over the spacer if I remember correct.
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