Hi guys and gals.
I want to start researching properly how to lift my truck. But to do that effectively, I'd like some input.
I don't wheel my truck that much. When I do, it's on trails that lead to fishing spots. It's nothing I can't do in my stock setup. But I'd like to install the lift for looks and more clearance/bigger tires.
I'm thinking that I need to stay away from spacer lifts. I've read about the poor ride quality in some cases. I've looked a little into Bilstein 5100's all-round, with the AAL in the back. I'd like eventually to run 265's, possibly 285's, for tires and with the adjustable Billies I think I can do that. I'd replace the UCAs for alignment purposes, but would I need the front diff drop spacers and rear axle shims too?
If I need the spacers and shims, I'm thinking I may as well hold out for the Toytec ultimate system, but I wanted your guys' input before I continued. Is the Toytec overkill for what I want the lift for?