new to diesels with question

Discussion in '6.7 Common Rail' started by jknappen, Jun 30, 2016.

  1. homebrew

    homebrew Senior Member

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    I am currently running a rough country leveling kit that uses off set spacers and a HD adjustable track bar. I opted for cheap it was like $150 for the spacers and shocks. And 2 something. For the track bar. The ride is a bit rough at times but not horrible. I may try adding some bielstiens to soften the ride a little.
     
  2. Klaus96

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    Witnessed the warped coils first hand. I bought my 14 2500 with a spacer setup already installed by previous owner. They were straight spacers ,no offset.

    Coils looked like shit. The dealer offered to make it right with new spacers or a coil level at a discount. I chose the coil level. Rancho was the brand they used so I went with it. Much better!

    Had I been buying a kit on my own it would have been Thuren, but the Rancho does seem decent.
     
  3. hounddog

    hounddog Senior Member

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    They are the same the way a baseball and a banana are the same.
     

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