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So I have ordered my Auto spring level kit today and waiting for the mail...

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what size did you decide on murray?

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I just ordered the 2 inch kit. I jacked the truck up to level then checked the height
and 2 was the best idea. So im off next friday and im hoping they arrive this week....

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Well they have arrived and I hate to say it looks like a sick day friday from work to install
them while the wife is at work.....

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Well I have installed them I was a little panicked because the spring was touching the knuckle, but on the ground almost an inch and quarter gap..whew... did a quick toe adjustment and will let it settle for a bit and then set the toe again...truck looks great

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Make sure you get an alignment.
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I will get an alignment next week, I was an alignment guy in my earlier years spent many
hours setting up cars and trucks. My camber and caster were fine I was just toeing in about 7/8 inch so quick tweak and now Im at 1/16 toe, and steering wheel straight too..

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