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I have a 2005 LE CC 4x4. I'm just looking to level out the truck for looks, but I don't want the front of the truck higher than the rear. Does anyone have pics of both or experience with it? I think I'd rather the front was a little low vs. over the rear.
 

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2" truxx leveling kit :)
 

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here ya go
 

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The front wheels are obviously turned, but this is the PRG 2" level kit.
 

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Thanks for the pictures. The 2" looks like the answer.
 

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I'm kind of in the same boat... I want to level my '06 SE CC, but I also tow a boat a LOT from April through November (total package weight is about 3200#). I'm leaning towards the 1.5" kit so when the boat is hooked-up the truck doesn't look like it's squatting in the back while still being more level than stock.
 

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I'm kind of in the same boat... I want to level my '06 SE CC, but I also tow a boat a LOT from April through November (total package weight is about 3200#). I'm leaning towards the 1.5" kit so when the boat is hooked-up the truck doesn't look like it's squatting in the back while still being more level than stock.
That's what I was thinking too, but I don't know how much of a difference there is between the 1 1/2" and 2" when it's all done.
 

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If you tow a lot, then you can get a 1" block to put on the back. The back will sit a little higher when you're not towing, but will still not have as much rake as stock.
 

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I used 1.5" on my '07. I also have the Bilstein shocks that raised it another 0.5".
07 Titan side.JPG
 
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