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6 inch lift advice

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by BMOC, Jan 21, 2011.

  1. BMOC

    BMOC [OP] Well-Known Member

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    i'm trying to put together a 6 inch lift for my truck, i think i'll be using ICON coil overs, still not sure on the type of leaf pack i'll get. but its still in the works, also need some advice on a drop bracket kit. and the rest of what includes in a kit..

    so basically i have my mind set on coil overs and some upper control arms, but i need help on what else is REALLY good to get.

    thanks for the advice in advance :)
     
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    ya 4x4
     
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    yea i was looking into alcan's they look really nice :)

    is there a company that specializes in just the drop bracket portion of the lift?

    or should i just buy a 6 inch fabtech kit and replace the coil overs and leaf springs?
     
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