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Just what the title says,looking to do this so just wanted to see which one i want.
 

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This is a ground force 2/4. Coil in front, and 4" leaf in the rear.

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damn both look good. Keep em comin
 

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Orange on a NNBS looks really good. RCSB needs more of a drop. They just seem to sit so high in the back.
 

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Well, I use my truck for work(bricklayer) plus I like a little rake.
 

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OCC HAZ
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If I had the cash I would already be running a 5/7 on it. Its a work in progress. I'm sportin some factory polished 20's on it at the moment.
 

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I have a 2/5 and mine sits perfectly level.
 

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Dying to be lower
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^Damn your truck sits perfect for me. What components you using?
 

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Thanks man. That is exactly the look I want. Hows the ride?
 

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Thanks man. That is exactly the look I want. Hows the ride?
Perfect. It uses the factory coil/strut up front and factory leafs out back. I have Ground Force shocks and they ride GREAT. (Don't get Mchgaughys shocks)

I have never bottomed out, not even when towing my boat.
 

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not an rcsb but.....

McGaughey's 2" spindles up front. Rear = taking out factory block, 2" drop shackle and spring clamps. Just thought I would add some photos for those looking to do a mild drop and keep the factory ride...

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jb...what kind of spring clamps are those on the red extended cab and where do i get them?? how is it gonna ride with clamps??
 
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