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    I am looking at leveling out a stock 96 Dually. What is the best way to pick up the front to match the back. and what size tires can i run afterwards

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    Just lower it. They look way better on the ground.

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    I agree but thats to hard to tow the toy hauler in the sand at glamis

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    Yeah. Pretty much a river only treatment. I have a '98 crew cab 3500 slammed and custom painted that I pull with.

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    Try some 2`` spacers under the coils, worked for me. Check with Off Road Unlimited in Burbank. Good luck.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BLOWN HOWARD View Post
    I agree but thats to hard to tow the toy hauler in the sand at glamis
    Drop it on bags.

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    Duallies are supposed to look like this


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    Quote Originally Posted by BLOWN HOWARD View Post
    I am looking at leveling out a stock 96 Dually. What is the best way to pick up the front to match the back. and what size tires can i run afterwards
    SchiadaTime has my old '98 dually and knows what he's talking about.

    The normal "leveling" trick is as simple as putting a 2" lowering shackle in the rear, which brings it down to the front. I kept going and dropped the rear of my new one NINE INCHES, but that's not for everyone
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