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Hello all,

I have trying to figure out which measurements I need to use for checking my ride height. The calculation form in the suspension manual has Low and High. Each of those has tow sets of numbers as well. I.E. Low - outside rail height dimension 10.5" ; 7.75-8.5" and High - outside rail height dimension 11.75 : 7.0-7.75". Which ones are supposed to be used? I am assuming the difference is for the different tire sizes. I have 22.5" and my initial ride height measures 6 7/8". I am thinking I should be using the High and 7.0-7.75 range. I don't see how I can stretch those bags another 7/8" to get into the Low range. 

What do you guys think? I am also thinking I will replace the wear plates on the suspension.

Chuck

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