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Old 06-29-2011, 12:48 PM   #1
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Different type of lift?

Good Day,

I would like to 'lift' my truck. I was told there was two types of lifts. One to put on larger tires and one that gives the truck more clearance. Also what would you all say is the average lift. I was thinking 3 or 4".

Thanks for any advise.

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Old 06-29-2011, 12:51 PM   #2
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Depends on what you wanna spend... I'd go with either suspension lift or spindle lift since you have 2wd. Suspension is the way to go if you wanna spend the $$$
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I am new to 4X4 and using the search only helps if you know what you are looking for!!!

What do I type (different type of lifts).
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Billstein 5100s for the front and your choice of Billstein 5125 or 5150 shocks with either a AAL, block or full leaf pack in the rear. Fairly cheap if you go 5215 with a AAL or block in the rear. There is also Fox, Icon, Craptech(Fabtech), Pro Comp, King, SAW and Toytech. There are also spacer lifts but they are trash.

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Thanks.
I will read up on those. It was spacer lifts that they were trying to sell me.
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Old 06-29-2011, 04:13 PM   #11
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Thanks,

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i plan on "leveling" my truck with billy 5100 on my stock coils in the next 6 months. past that would be an AAL (add a leaf) or different leaf pack for the rear entirely as whippersnapper said. . . though many will advise if you lift it much past 1.75 in the front, aftermarket coils and UCA's should be in your budget to help you keep alignment. also, since you said you're new to 4x4 (and im gonna assume possibly these trucks in general) i'll go ahead and tell you that once you AAL you will probably want better rear shocks so it wont be so stiff in the back.
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