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Old 11-11-2010
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Side to side leveling, shocks, and f250 mount q's

Ive recently noticed that my b2 leans to the pass. side some(about half an inch), it seems like its comming from the front, as i have more threads on the retainer stud poking out with my spacers on. my spacers measure 1 3/4" tall and around 3" round. the p.o. didnt put the lower spring seat on it. first off, should i buy stud extenders off ebay and put the lower seats on? will it give me any more lift?(i'd like to have about .5" more). can i add some washers under my spacer on the pass. side to even her up? or will that put too much pressure on my retainer stud?

next question. i want some f250 shock towers, but im not sure which year to buy and where to get them? also im wanting to run some 5150's or fox remote resi's. what valving should i get for my b2?
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