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So, I purchased the daystar budget lift kit, to install with Bilstein 5100s. I am currently running take off wrangler moabs with 255/75/17 with a 1/25 inch spacer on the fronts to clear the brake caliber. So my questions are, will I need to do the pinch weld mod, and/or cut that bolt that sticks from the thingy lol. I was thinking about going with a 1.5 inch spacer to get a wider stance. Any opinions, or suggestions.

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