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Old 02-19-2013, 06:31 AM   #1
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best option 4 2wd?

I'm the proud owner of a 2011 dc prerunner sport 2wd and im just learning and reading as much as possible about my truck, but i need professional advice on what option i should go with. leveling kit or whatnot. my goal is to lift it a little and put new wheels and tires on it while retaining a smooth ride. any links to websites with great deals on kits would be great as well. ty.
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Old 02-19-2013, 07:17 AM   #2
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Kinda depends on how much you want to spend and how tall of a lift you want.

5100s are popular if you're just wanting to level it out. Old Man Emu makes a really nice kit if you actually want to lift and it has a really smooth ride. Or, since you're 2wd, you can also look into maxtrac spindles to lift the front and do a add a leaf in the back.
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This is not the place for professional advice. That being said go with a suspension lift or go lurk the mid travel BS thread.
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Welcome from TN. Quite a bit of guys and girls for SC.

ok, first what is your price rang that you would like to spend?

OME=old man emu makes a good lift. also may look at getting 5100’s and a add a leave in the rear. also IMHO i would not go more than 3” for ride quality. usually if it’s more than 3” they put block in the rear and they ride like crap.
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