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Old 08-22-2010, 10:51 AM   #1
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Options for 6" lift?

I am looking to get a 6in lift for my truck. I really like the looks of the DDB lifts from like procomp and fabtech, but it seems to me that I won't get any extra performance out of it? As in, the road ride won't be any better nor will I be more capable offroad. Am I mistaken? Other than that, is there something that could give me 6in of lft that ould be considered like "mid"-travel? I would like more travel than stock, but I don't see the need for complete long travel... Also, I am 4WD. Any guidance is greatly appreciated.
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if you are 2WD... Camburg Spindles and coilovers or 5100's and new UCA's if you want them and for the rear a 4" custom leaf pack from Alcan($500) and rear shocks

This setup will cost more but will give you more clearance because of no drop bracket and it is going to perform beter on and offroad cause thats what those parts are made for
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if you are 2WD... Camburg Spindles and coilovers or 5100's and new UCA's if you want them and for the rear a 4" custom leaf pack from Alcan($500) and rear shocks
what he said...
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nevermind the spindles wont work then, you have to go with a drop bracket lift if you want 6"
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if you get the stage 2, kits they ride better.
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