I'm still rolling around on stock suspension with well over 100k miles. I've been holding out on spending too much on the truck with thoughts of moving to a 2nd gen, but I'm thinking I might keep it and make it a good expedition type vehicle that sees mostly DD'ing with the occasional trip through some off road terrain.
I'd like a suspension that'll ride nice and smooth on the road, but also work well off road when the time comes. Not really looking for a big lift. I assume my truck is sitting lower then stock with the older suspension, so I'd like to get something that'd at max give 2" of lift. Just bought new 31's and don't really want to go bigger, plus I like my mpg's. Would like a kit that is going to last a good bit of time without tons of maintenance.
Truck is a 98, access, 4x4, manual hubs with the 2.7.
With that whole essay said, would something like an OME with 880s or 881s be best? What about a King coil over? I know the King is a much better system, but thinking it would it be overkill for my application?
For the back I'm thinking an AAL would be best, unless someone can point me towards a leaf pack that doesn't lift the rear some ridiculous amount.