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Here it is finally, before and after results, I am not TOO happy with the results but it is something. I bought 2.5" spacers that came with Pro Comp Shocks to accommodate the level. Overall I only gained 2" of lift.

Here are my measurements :
Before Level:
LEFT FRONT : 35"
RIGHT FRONT : 35.5"
LEFT REAR : 38.5"
RIGHT REAR : 38.5"

Difference front-rear: 3"

After level:
LEFT FRONT : 37.5"
RIGHT FRONT : 37.5"
LEFT REAR : 38.5"
RIGHT REAR 38.5"

Difference front-rear: 1"

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looks good! a level always makes these trucks look so much better
 

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Just an FYI, I ended up replacing my front shocks after my level lift install. I found the stock ones were "topping" out. Made a hell of a racket on large bumps. Installed some Nito9000 from RC and rides like a dream again.
 

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Just an FYI, I ended up replacing my front shocks after my level lift install. I found the stock ones were "topping" out. Made a hell of a racket on large bumps. Installed some Nito9000 from RC and rides like a dream again.
I did replace the shocks. Pro comp 2.5 " longer than stock!
 
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