I have '18 4x4 with 2.7 EB , wondering between 1.75 or 2.1 setting. A little rake is ok , thinking towards the 1.75 height. Anyone regret the 1.75 setting ? Thought with 2.7 2.1 might give rake up front.
Second ring from bottom and call it the day👍
Edit: actually thinking about going all the way to bottom because of such a light load I’m hauling (JJ) to help out with WDH. Will wait until I spend a day at the cat scales and look at results.
When I can afford to have mine adjusted, I’m going with the 1.25” setting. Reason being I have 3500 miles on the stock tires and would like to run them down without it looking too “empty” in the front wheel well. If towing, I would also stay at this height. If neither is relevant, 1.75” setting unless you have a tire size you’re dying to fit, then I’d say 2.1”
Id go 1.75 max. I think 2.1 might be starting the stretch things, especially if you tow.
There was a guy in the towing section recently that had his at 2.1 and was complaining because he killed CV’s, IWE’s and wheel bearings. He was doing a good amount of towing which i think was lifting the front of the truck further and wearing things out.
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