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Old 06-28-2009, 05:48 PM   #1
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Best lifts under 6"

i am looking for the best suspension lift less than 6'' so like a 3'' or 4'' suspension lift so i can run 33'' tires I want the best quality lift, please share your opinions
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What kind of wheeling will this be for? "Best" is relative based on intended use, terrain, budget, etc.
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Icon coilovers in the front, Total Chaos UCA's, add a leaf in the back with Bilstein 5100. I just asked the same question, this is the answer I got. I'm thinking I may go this route, but its about $2000 for the parts!
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i drive the truck on the road and up to college but i also take it back in the woods do some light to medium off roading, price isn't a big deal i just got a 5,000 check and its going to my truck
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Canadianboy has a good plan for a "kit" for you. Unless you want a 6 inch drop bracket lift. The other kits you can get, which are not as good in my opinion, are the OME coils and AAL springs or the Toytec spacer kit.

But if you really want to spend all the 5k on your truck, go LT.
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Originally Posted by tacoridinhigh View Post
Your only options for the best quality 3" and 4" lifts are the 3" Icon coilovers, or the RCD 4.5" lift. The icons are better quality though.
ok so you got the coilovers what about the rear???
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