Originally Posted by Lumpskie
Like Blackdawg said, your front is suspension is directly related to the length of your control arm. It is pinned on one side and rotates about that point, so the length of your control arm is the radius of your circular range of motion. Changing ride height changes the point, along that radius, where your truck sits.
For the rear, I find myself wondering if your springs are too stiff. Is that bucking your feeling the truck hitting the bump stops, or is it it related to the truck attempting to compress a hard spring? The first thing I'd do is go through all the bushings in the rear and make sure something isn't bound up. Old rubber bushings can end up sticking to spring and shackle bolts . If that isn't the case, I'd look to be sure that the springs still have good arch and are the correct rate. After that, I'd look at the shocks to be sure they aren't in stiction. Then I'd look at the shackle and shackle angle. If everything is in good condition, you should know at that point what you need to upgrade.
Sorry, long post.
Thanks guys for the information. It feels like my rebound is wayyyyy too fast. I know there isn't a rebound setting but hopefully that helps.
The feeling when I nail a speed bump pops the crap out of my rear and makes it an uncomfortable ride. I have no idea how to check those things, but I'll try to do some research.
Also, when I ment a "cheaper way" for thr rear suspension... I mean like I got mid travel on my front instead of LT. But it was more cost effective And gave much better suspension. So what do you reccommend for the rear on a lower budget end?