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I've never measured from the truck top but mine fits in my 82.5" garage. Barely. i have 2" lift in the rear and 2.75" front with 315/70/17 all around.
 

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I've never measured from the truck top but mine fits in my 82.5" garage. Barely. i have 2" lift in the rear and 2.75" front with 315/70/17 all around.
Thx for the reply. I called a couple places and got some info to figure out where I can and can't go with a level/lift.
 

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My 1500 does not fit in my 83" garage. I roughly measured and the roofline sits around 84" + shark fin. This is with a 3" body lift and 3" spacers on clapped out factory dampers/springs, and 37s.

No idea what the original height was as I never bothered to measure, I just assumed once I'm finally done with the lift that it won't fit into most garages. :rotflmao:
 

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My 1500 does not fit in my 83" garage. I roughly measured and the roofline sits around 84" + shark fin. This is with a 3" body lift and 3" spacers on clapped out factory dampers/springs, and 37s.

No idea what the original height was as I never bothered to measure, I just assumed once I'm finally done with the lift that it won't fit into most garages. :rotflmao:
Pretty sure I have it figured out now as far as what I can and cannot do to still fit in my garage. Now it's just picking which way I want to go...
 

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never measured, but the point of a lifted truck is the fact it will never fit in a normal garage again !
 

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never measured, but the point of a lifted truck is the fact it will never fit in a normal garage again !
Lol I love my paint too much to not garage it. I'm only doing it for looks as I don't offroad at all.

In the end I'm leaning towards the eibach kit with zone uca over the 5100s. The superlift 4" lift is still an option though.
 

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Yup, parking in a garage has its benefits, protecting your paint is definitely one. At the start of each winter I mutter a few curse words as I tread snow to get to my truck that doesn't fit in my garage haha.

That eibach and zone setup should ride real nice.
 

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I am a bit worried the top setting of 2.75 lift won't clear 35s though and also my fenders measure 3" rake. That being said 2.75 front Nearly puts me level but the kit also has 1" in rear so I'm not level in the end but I do get to 1.25" rake instead of 3".
 

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I am a bit worried the top setting of 2.75 lift won't clear 35s though and also my fenders measure 3" rake. That being said 2.75 front Nearly puts me level but the kit also has 1" in rear so I'm not level in the end but I do get to 1.25" rake instead of 3".
You do not want to be level. Since the hood is higher than the the bed a level truck appears nose high
 
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