Bilstein leveling front shock alignment question

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I have rear Bilsteins and I am about to install the fronts with the spring seat set at 1.5" higher than stock. I was wondering if anyone had done this and could give me insight into how much that threw their alignment off from the allowable stock range. Just curious and thanks for any info.
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I have rear Bilsteins and I am about to install the fronts with the spring seat set at 1.5" higher than stock. I was wondering if anyone had done this and could give me insight into how much that threw their alignment off from the allowable stock range. Just curious and thanks for any info.
I just had mine done, The Dealer was able to get most the settings back into Spec. The camber stays just a hair out of the green, but the service manager said its not enough to affect tire wear and its typical with leveling kits. I installed the 6112 lit at 2" lift.
 
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I just had mine done, The Dealer was able to get most the settings back into Spec. The camber stays just a hair out of the green, but the service manager said its not enough to affect tire wear and its typical with leveling kits. I installed the 6112 lit at 2" lift.
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Of course I'm going to align it, just wondering what everyone's experience was with 1.5" lift.
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