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    TAC 14-2 Carolina Boostin's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by wernotalone2k25 View Post
    But what's the cost difference, cost of unit and cost of installation?
    I paid $1700 for tires and level plus install lifetime warranty with free balancing and rotations for life. Plus roadside assistance for the life of the tires

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    I decided to do some measurements, I'm going with a leveling kit but should I go for the 1 1/2 inch or the 2 1/2 inch? The pictures show the front and the rear placements. Thanks.
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    Measure from the ground to the center of the fender (make sure it's flat level ground) that will give you the answer. 4X4's typically use the 2.5" spacer, but they've also got a block in the back that 2WD doesn't. So I'm gonna assume the 1.5" will do the trick and not have it prerunner style.
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    Update: I've changed jobs and I'm getting paid better so now I'm seriously considering a leveling kit, and I have suspension helpers for in the rear incase of heavy towing and other conditions.

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    https://www.pcscustom.com/ sells nice leveling/lift kits at good prices.

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