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Old 11-05-2019, 08:08 AM #16
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Hereís what my 2.25Ē lift looks like with factory 265 size Falken Wildpeak AT3W tires.
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I have Eibach Pro truck 1" rear springs and this is how it looks. Front is lifted about 2-2.25" over stock.

Thanks for the picture, that's exactly the setup I was going to try out to replace my 6112/5160s. It looks perfect. What spring rate Kings do you have? I was probably going to stick with the 550# and I am curious how that will pair with the slightly firmer than stock 1" Eibach rear. How many threads of preload did you do in the front?
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Thanks for the picture, that's exactly the setup I was going to try out to replace my 6112/5160s. It looks perfect. What spring rate Kings do you have? I was probably going to stick with the 550# and I am curious how that will pair with the slightly firmer than stock 1" Eibach rear. How many threads of preload did you do in the front?


Hi there. I got same setup on mine. And I like the way it works, front and rear,and level perfect


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Thanks for the picture, that's exactly the setup I was going to try out to replace my 6112/5160s. It looks perfect. What spring rate Kings do you have? I was probably going to stick with the 550# and I am curious how that will pair with the slightly firmer than stock 1" Eibach rear. How many threads of preload did you do in the front?
Iím using the 550 springs. I donít remember how many threads are showing but pre and post measurements (Center of hub to fender) was 2-2.25Ē difference. Iím out of town but will count threads when Iím back.

550 springs are fine. I may get 600 to stiffen the front just a tad.
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Iím using the 550 springs. I donít remember how many threads are showing but pre and post measurements (Center of hub to fender) was 2-2.25Ē difference. Iím out of town but will count threads when Iím back.



550 springs are fine. I may get 600 to stiffen the front just a tad.


Iíve got 650 Lb springs and 0 preload . Just like you said I wanted stiffer a tad. But it drives sooo... smooth with stock weigh I figure leave like this . And it gave me ~ 3Ē of lift


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Iíve got 650 Lb springs and 0 preload . Just like you said I wanted stiffer a tad. But it drives sooo... smooth with stock weigh I figure leave like this . And it gave me ~ 3Ē of lift


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Thanks for the picture, that's exactly the setup I was going to try out to replace my 6112/5160s. It looks perfect. What spring rate Kings do you have? I was probably going to stick with the 550# and I am curious how that will pair with the slightly firmer than stock 1" Eibach rear. How many threads of preload did you do in the front?
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Thanks man! This will make the preload guessing game much easier
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Thanks man! This will make the preload guessing game much easier
It took about 30 mins of trial and error but you can adjust them on the truck as long as you take the weight off of them (jack the front end up)
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