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Old 01-21-2012, 10:37 AM   #1
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Post Newbie need help deciding on lift

I need some help on deciding what lift to go with. I have read so many threads on here my eyes hurt...lol. I have a 2WD 07 DC 6 cyl LB. I am wanting to lift to allow for 32's or 33's with no rubbing. It looks at though the pro comp is out of the question. Of course, I would like to spend the least $ for the best. I will be doing mostly all "on road" driving. Just going for the looks here. I want to try and keep the original ride as well. Any info would be great.
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Old 01-21-2012, 05:25 PM   #2
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Spindles since your 2wd. You'll fit 33s no prob. You'll of course need to lift the rear to match though! You could just level out the front with 5100s and could fit 32s easily. Probably not an MT though!
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Mike-Is that what you have (spindles)? I have read that they are rough riding, is that true? Do you have rub with those 33's? I don't mind spending 1k if I have to, to get a good ride.
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I'm 4WD so I can't run spindles. Do a search on spindle lifts and you'll get all the info needed. Its basically a longer spindle than stock and keeps all the suspension geometry the same while lifting 3-4" depending on brand. Very smooth ride!
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