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I'm planning on putting in new front strut assemblies on my truck in the next month or two. I currently have a RC 2" front level but I also put on an AAL in the rear so the truck still has the same rake, it's just 2 inches higher all the way around. I'm thinking about adding an .5" top spacer on to level it out a little more when I change the struts. I'm just wanting to hear from people that have a 2.5" level and if they've had any more wear on their front end hardware over a 2" level? I'd like to take a little of the rake out but don't want to stress my front suspension components excessively. What do you all think?
 

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As long as you don't go over 2.5" in the front you're good. Once you go over that you'd be better off going with a whole lift

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not really. Your down travel will be limited .5" more
 
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