It is going to be high depending on the truck. I have a 1 ton F350 4x4, and the trailer sits about 8 inches high. You can get about 5 inches of drop by adjusting the kingpin box and getting the shorty legs for the Pullrite. If your trailer axles spring are under the axles, you can move the axles under the springs and get 4-5" of rise at the axles (my trailer was already setup that way).
Current TV:'14 F350 Lariat CrewCab, 4x4 Short Bed SRW Diesel w/ Pullrite 2700 (16K)
Current Fiver: '15 Puma 295BHSS Anniversary Edition
Past TV: '13 F150 HD Payload SCrew EB, '08 Tundra CrewMax 5.7L, '02 'Burb 5.3L, '97 Dakota 3.9L
Past Trailers: '09 Wildwood LE 27RB, '02 Palomino Yearling RL, '87 Jayco 1006dlx