Might, but may be too much, too. Skyjacker suggested using a 3/4" daystar spacer above their spring to compensate for the weight of a 300# bumper + winch when I talked to them about keeping my truck level if I went to their lift.
I still can't afford their lift, mind you, but I know i'll be getting those spacers if I do the lift.
you can always go with the 2 inch spacer too. most trucks are a good 2 inches taller in the rear anyway osi t would level it out a bit. tire clearance wouldnt be an issue then unless you try to run 38's or larger. i'm putting on the 2 inch daystars next week. i might put on a 5 inch superlift in the spring, if i do im keeping the daystars on it as well.
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