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Old 08-01-2011, 04:56 PM   #1
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6" Lift Question?

hey guys im new here and im plainnin on buying a lift i was wondering for this lift http://www.supertruckusa.com/product...googlemerchant

if it was possible to adjust the rear end to have only 3" instead of 5"?
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Old 08-01-2011, 10:12 PM   #2
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That's a 3" spacer kit and a 3" body lift...two types of lifts that you should stay away from. To answer your question you could probably not put the blocks on and just take a 3" body lift in the back, but I think that would look really dumb.

If you wanna lift around 4-5" go with the RCD 4.5" dropbracket lift. It will be miles over what this lift is.

i want a 6" lift in front but 3" in rear i just dont have enough money for a legit one right now so im trying to find a cheaper one
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To get anything above 3" you would need either a DB lift (the expensive 6"lift) or spindles (in the front for 4" and add another 2" by springs or struts). And in the back you can get an AAL and some blocks or a whole new leaf pack for your 3" in the back. Its better to do it right the first time though.
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thanks guys i decided ima just wait and save up
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thanks guys i decided ima just wait and save up
Good idea, save up and get spindles since you are a prerunner. dont do a drop bracket lift like fabtech or procomp.
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