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Why can you not level out a 06 like you can for all the other years?

What did the change in the front suspension that would make where all you can get is the 1.5 daystar which doesn't even level the truck...

I'm starting to get frustrated cause I can't level out my truck like everyone else is doing inless I am missing something....

Feel Free to help!:help:
 

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Ummm... you can do a ReadyLift spacer that's 2.5".... or the Rancho spacer which is also 2.5".... or the other Daystar spacer thats 2.5". Keep searching, you'll find your answers.
 

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You can't do Daystar.....

I have been searching

Ready lift is for 4wd only...

and So is Rancho....Which is why I haven't found anything.... Like I said
 

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You must focus your search mojo, young grasshopper.
 

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stop torturing him and just give him a link. you know everything :worthy:
Ya what he said lol....

I don't want to lower the truck I want to get 35's in there.....
 

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Why can you not level out a 06 like you can for all the other years?

What did the change in the front suspension that would make where all you can get is the 1.5 daystar which doesn't even level the truck...

I'm starting to get frustrated cause I can't level out my truck like everyone else is doing inless I am missing something....

Feel Free to help!:help:
Is your truck 2wd?
 

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Is the 06 a 2wd? or a 4x4
 

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change your avatar pic...now ;)
 

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It's expensive, but you could buy some 3 or 4" spindles for the front and a lift block in the rear to get it level, which would also open up more possibilities on exactly which 35s you go with.

Are there no coil spring kits for the '06 either?
 

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nope...find a daystar 2.5 spacer...I have it on my 07 2wd...leveled it perfectly, sometimes even higher in the front...it will say "fits only mega-cabs" not true...it will fit our trucks...a buddy of mine put one on his 03 2wd as well...
 

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and I am running 35's...actually 34.6's...with just the level kit..
 

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i put 2.5 spacers from Fat Bobs Garage on my mother in laws 06 2wd 1500.
 

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I am seeing the same 2.5 inch spacers listed all over the place from the 94s upto the 10s. I also saw several listed for the 05-06.
The 06 has fixed upper arms and all the adjustment is done on the lowers.
The 05 has fixed lowers and adjustment in the uppers.
There is no reason why the spacer shouldnt work on all of them.
 

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Yea my truck is 2wd.... I hadn't seen any that would fit that.... I had heard going with 2.5 spacers you gotta get new shocks to right?
 

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Yes, stock shocks do not have enough travel at 2.5 inches. You risk overextending. A competent accessory shop should be able to find shocks based on specifications. Most of the aftermarket vendors offer shocks for stock applications, so you take those specs, and add roughly 2 -3 inches for the leveling kit, and you are good to go.
 

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I will be pulling off my 2.5" spacers this next week when i get my spindles in and posting them in the classifieds if your interested.
 

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I don't know if they will work and don't wanna go to the trouble to find out they dont....
 
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