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Wondering if anyone had bad reviews of experience with having the overload lead still in when lifting the rear? So far feels great with no sway bar. Far better then stock. Will it affect my flexing??
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I asked the guys at nisstec if it loses lift they said no. Becuz with my nisstec aal and shackles set at 1.5", my total rear only came to 2 7/8" lift for the rear. So my aal only gave me 1 3/8" lift and not 2". So they asked me to get pictures but never got response yet.
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Maybe 1/2". I still have mine.
 

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Keeping the OL leaf on is generally a good idea. It prevents the spring pack from arching in the wrong direction when flexing the truck to its limit. It doesn't affect the ride very much, and you hardly lose any clearance from it.
 

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I read this entire thread thinking "Lose clearance with the overload?"

Then I remembered you guys have your spring under the axles. I have mine off, but putting it back would lift the back of my truck. The more you know.
 
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