Blistein 5100 with 275/65/20

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Nick@GotExhaust

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5100's gets most people close to level at 2.1, usually there will be slight rake. 2.8" seems to usually look a little high in the front. At 2.1" as long as you dont off road you should be ok with stock UCA's. If you off road or want to go to 2.8" I highly recommend angle correcting UCA's.

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18 CC, I have 5100’s all around with fronts at 2.1 with 275/65 20’s. Stock type UCA’s as I was given a set of new Mevotechs and to me they seem a lot better built than OEM. I have a 6 cylinder so it’s a few hundred pounds lighter than the hemi. Still have about 3/4 inch of rake and I do take my truck on forestry roads, logging roads and anything that’s not too extreme when I go camping/hiking. Zero issues in the two years they’ve been on the truck.
 

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your ride looks nice, pretty much exactly what I’m looking for. Did you leave your rear OE? And did you do new UCA’s?
 

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your ride looks nice, pretty much exactly what I’m looking for. Did you leave your rear OE? And did you do new UCA’s?
I was converting from air suspension so I had to install a completely new system all around. The fronts are set at 2.1” and I didn’t install new UCAs as I don’t do any off-roading and I was told the stock UCAs would be fine at 2.1. I forgot to mention I also went with a rear towing spring that is 1” taller. I’m not sure of the make of the rear spring as I got it in a kit from Airdelete.com. The shocks are Bilstein 5100s. Going up 2.1 in the front and 1” in the rear there is still a slight rake which I wanted because I tow 6500 lb boat/trailer occasionally.

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