used to be a little rub on the carpeted wheel well liner and a small corner of the inner fender, i cut back the carpeted liner a bit and notched out a smaller corner of the inner fender and smoothed it out with the flapper disk, then hit it with some black paint to eliminate rusting and kept a clean look.No rubbing with that set up??
This seems like a good plan. I think if you were going to spend an additional $600 it would be better spent nixing the front spacers in favor of 6112s or similar coilovers.I just cant justify needing a 3.5" lift for $500-$600...…...
I will make a 2.5" kit work for me and my needs and save a ton of money also
With the current setup and the weight of the cap on the truck (and some gear in the bed):
The front sits roughly 1-7/8" lower than the rear
With a 2.5" block in the rear, the overall rear lift will be 1-1/4"
With a 2.5" front and a 2.5" rear block (1-1/4" lift) the front will sit 3/8" lower
I don't want the truck 100% leveled......I would like the rear to still sit atleast 1/2" taller
It may be worth looking into trail boss take of shocks. They’re set up for a 2” lift from the factory. Probably would cost a little more, but it would do away with the spacer.For $25 shipped I found a set of the rear shock extensions
My truck has rear Rancho shocks (I am sure they are nothing special, just red and a Rancho label), and while they are not the best they will be ok for alittle while until I can find the correct length shocks I want to run
That's a good ideaIt may be worth looking into trail boss take of shocks. They’re set up for a 2” lift from the factory. Probably would cost a little more, but it would do away with the spacer