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I'm looking to lift my 2011 2wd Crew Cad Titan. There are a lot of threads on this already, but, I can't seem to find everything I need. I'm looking to lift the front 4 inches and the rear between 3-3.5 inches. Going by the PRG website this is where I'm at:

Rear:
PRG C-30 leaf springs
PRG 1 inch billet block
Bilstein 5125s

Front:
4 inch spindle
Bilstein 5100s

Is there anything else I should account for?
Will this setup increase the quality of ride compared to stock?
What size tires do you think will fit on this setup?

This setup puts me around 1200. If anyone knows a less expensive way to gain 4 inches in the front while maintaining some rake (around an inch or less) in the rear, I'm all ears
 

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So you want the rear taller?

You could just do blocks/shocks for the rear. be cheaper. Bilsteins/deavers will make the truck ride a lot better yes.


You should buy c10's, and re sell them to me at a cheaper rate.
 

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I want the space between the tire and the top of the wheel well to be as close to equal as possible (front to back). If I need to keep the rake to maintain this, so be it.
 

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I think with a 2WD you need like 2.5" difference in the front to make it level. With my Pro-4X I needed 2" to make it exactly level. So if you want 4" in the front you'd only need 1-2" in the back (easy with a block and 5125's) to level it out. With a 4" lift you can run 35's with some trimming.
 

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so you want it leveled. lol
 

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My previous post was not accurate. Sorry. I want the measurement from the pavement to be one inch taller in the rear. I have a 2 1/4 inch difference now on the stock truck. So I am looking for a 4 inch in the front and a ~3 inch in the back.

The back: I'm thinking, C-10s, Blistein 5125s, and 1.5 block = 3" total lift

The front: I'm thinking 4" spindle and Blistein 5100s = 4" total lift

This should leave me with a difference of 1 inch higher in the rear.

I was hoping there was a less expensive option for the same improved ride as this setup.

Sorry for the confusing second post.
 

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here's what a 2wd with just 4" of lift on the front with no lift on the back to give you an idea of how much rake you're looking at...about 1" rake.




also, with your 5100's what perch do you plan to have them sitting on? the Deaver C-30 supposedly on a 2wd gives 2.5" of lift. for me i have a 4" block, bilstein 5125's and the Deaver C-30's i have yet to put on but i see what you are trying to accomplish as i was in the same boat as you but i'm looking for a leveled look and not a rake look. i don't think you need any of the deaver's but a block? hopefully more people could chime in?
 

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Well better ride quality will come from the deavers and a smaller block, but a cheaper lift will just come from a taller block.

C-10's + 1.5" block = 3" block with better ride.
 
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