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After my 5/7 drop I had almost 3/4 of an inch difference side to side on the back and 1/2" on the front. I called Belltech and they said to use a 3/4" (#34931) spacer on the drivers spring and that will fix it. They weren't kidding!!! I'm now exactly 27 3/4" on three of my fenders and only 1/8" higher on the drivers rear. I can't beleve the difference, but it felt like it was back at stock height driving. I had to look to make sure my truck was still slammed. Very happy and it was a simple install.
 
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I saw your other post about it. I gotta some lean on mine. I'm gonna do the spacer now. Thanks for the info
 
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After my 5/7 drop I had almost 3/4 of an inch difference side to side on the back and 1/2" on the front. I called Belltech and they said to use a 3/4" (#34931) spacer on the drivers spring and that will fix it. They weren't kidding!!! I'm now exactly 27 3/4" on three of my fenders and only 1/8" higher on the drivers rear.
Thanx for the info
 
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