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Old 10-13-2004, 11:05 PM
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Daystar leveling kit on a reg cab stx?

Im new to the forum so be nice. I have a regular cab stx and im really interested in the leveling kit but I measured the distance between the tire and the fender on the front and its 7.5" and on the back its 9.5". The Daystar kit says it raises the front end 2.5" therfore in theory it owuld be half an inch taller. Does the kit really raise it the full 2.5" and would it still be to high for a regular cab? Also how much should I expect to pay for the install? Lastly, is there a way i can order ford stock fender flares like on the FX4 model?
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Old 10-14-2004, 11:20 AM
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Do some searches using google. There are a few kits that sell different spacer thinknesses depending on how high you want. Others on here have said the 2.5 does lift the front slightly higher, which is why other lift manufacturers (autospring, ezlift) make slightly shorter lifts. There are tons of posts on this topic in this forum, so enjoy reading them!
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