I communicated I wanted the Bilsteins installed on the lowest setting, giving .4" lift over stock. However they miscommunicated and the installer thought the lowest setting netted no lift and was stock height, so he installed on the 2nd thinking it gave .4", but really gave .75" lift. They checked with Bilstein and confirmed I was right and said they'd fix it if I had concerns... Actually, this appeared to work better though since my front appeared to sit .5" lower than the norm.
Measurements on the same 265/60r18 Latitudes @38psi. This was also after driving 60+ miles, so everything should be settled...
Front raised to 35 5/8", slightly over 3":
Rear raised it to 37", just over 2":
Currently, the rear is sitting ~1.5" higher in the rear...and evened it out by ~7/8". Alignment sheet showed everything was within the spec'd tolerances... However, I'm going to keep an eye on things...if that front height grows anymore, I'm going to have them drop the 5100's to the 1st notch.
The shop did suggest extended swaybar links as they were really tight, so i'll probably get the BWoody's in the near future.
Wheels/tires are going on tomorrow morning, will post final pics when they're on.
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