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Old 04-16-2012, 04:08 PM   #1
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New 3" lift - 2nd Gen DCSB

Hey. I got my 2011 DCSB Sport a few months ago, time to lift it.

I am considering THIS, the adjustable billies, but am weary -
is there a better or equally performing option that is cheaper or roughly the same price? There seems to be so many different options I want to be sure I get the best bang for the buck, you know.

Amplifying info - I have a WARN 9.5ti winch sitting in my garage that came off of my Tahoe. I plan to eventually mount that, haven't figured out how I am going to do that yet. Knowing this, will the Eibach springs on that lift be enough to keep the front from sagging? or will I need to go to something like OME 885s? If that is the case, it looks like I will have to go with a different lift combination.

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Hey. I got my 2011 DCSB Sport a few months ago, time to lift it.

I am considering THIS, the adjustable billies, but am weary -
is there a better or equally performing option that is cheaper or roughly the same price? There seems to be so many different options I want to be sure I get the best bang for the buck, you know.

Amplifying info - I have a WARN 9.5ti winch sitting in my garage that came off of my Tahoe. I plan to eventually mount that, haven't figured out how I am going to do that yet. Knowing this, will the Eibach springs on that lift be enough to keep the front from sagging? or will I need to go to something like OME 885s? If that is the case, it looks like I will have to go with a different lift combination.

Thanks
That is your best bet for a cost-effective, but still quality lift.
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