2" daystar lift leveling?
hello all, My name is JJ, I am a long time viewer of this forum but this is my first post. I have visited this forum hundreds of times since I got my commander but have never posted because most of you guys have had the same questions I've had and I was able to find answers using the search option. It seems daystar lifts are not al that popular on here so I thought I would post a pick of my commander.
2006 cammander base
2" daystar lift
BF Goodrich 265/70/17 Rugged trail T/A tires
generic high flow intake from fleabay
Now down to the part about the leveling:
the day star lift in my commander is nice, maintains factory ride and currently has no squeaks, rattles or wierd noises. only problem that really bugs the hell outta me is that the front still sits slightly lower than the rear. I want to get the rocky road leveling spacer to help level out the front. Does anyone think it is a waste of time? and was also wondering if I put a high grade steel washer or two betweeen the leveling plate and the strut to give it a little extra lift would be safe? or would I run the risk of snapping the studs on the top of the struts? I drive my truck on road only most of the time, but take the ocasional off road trip when the mood strikes me. any help anyone can give would be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance.