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Can someone help with factory height


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Hook a trailer on and it will level right up

Not true.   I'm completely factory height, no lifts, had my front axle aligned back at 350k with my first set of tie rods. My truck has always had good lane holding. Hold center extremely we

Yep never do another a wild hair thing like that again. It was expensive and it wasn't right. I'd rather get a raise from my work any day

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Last firewood haul I did on Sunday (October 4, 2020)... Level as you can get with 2 cords of red fire in the trailer. 

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Now if you have a 2 inch leveling kit and then hitched up the rear will pull down that 3 to 4 inches and the nose will appear to be high and the tail swatting. Really common out here lot of people do the lift kits but then when hauling a trailer their headlight are in your face in lo or hi beam mode. That the only part I really hate about lift or leveling kits. 

 

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