Factory shocks have leveling option

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    :)
     
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    what about headlight adjustment?
     
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    That looks fantastic
     
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    So my presumption would be that with a leveling kit and towing that load, your lights would be in the tree tops..
     
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    Had my RPG collars installed today. Looks tons better!! Don't plan on towing 8 to 10k lb trailer so the lights in the tree tops shouldn't be a issue. :praiseme:
     
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    I didn't mess with re-aiming the headlights. I'm not getting people flashing me. It is just my opinion but with the RPG collars on I feel like i'm getting more distance from my LED headlights now. I think they had them aimed to light up the dirt.
     
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    Thank you sir!
     
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    IMO Leveling the front, with one of these systems doesn't effect the truck as much as you would think as the rear is going to squat regardless with any real load on it (due to the soft rear springs) and I found that when I had my 13 on top perch, it actually towed better than when I had moved it down to mid-perch just from a stance perspective. Guessing the preload on the front suspension didn't allow for that much change and it always felt firmly planted and didn't bounce as much as it did going down to mid-perch and my 2010 was similar setup and towing.
     

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