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lift installed

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by das56170, May 18, 2008.

  1. victorye3

    victorye3 Western Alliance-NorCal

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    Das....i was meaning to ask you now that you've had the lift on for a while, how is the ride? Any vibration with that kit?
     
  2. roxspin72

    roxspin72 Enjoying my addiction

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    Hey Das,

    Got couple questions if you dont mind. Been looking left and right for a good 3" lift. I like your set up, you have same size wheel set up as me, but I can tell you have a bit more wheel well space.

    OK:

    1) How is the ride quality?
    2) How was the install, any special tools, or basic?
    3) Are the rear AAL's 1" or 2"

    Thanks a bunch, I think I mite purchase the 3" set w/Diff drop, depending on AAL Height.
     
  3. das56170

    das56170 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Flowmaster cat-back exhaust, volant cold air intake, 3" lift with AAL, 285/75 r 16 pro comp xterrains, 1" differential drop, spare tire mod, hypertech in-line speedometer calibrator, debadged
    The ride quality is still good. It feels a little different, but thats because of the mud tires. At highway speeds, it feels no different than stock. Now that I have been driving the truck like this for a few weeks, I still have no complaints. I've gotten used to it being lifted and it feels like it did before....until I have to jump out of the truck...I'm only 5'6":D. I was able to install with just hand tools and I used floor jack and a couple of jack stands. I'm pretty sure the rear AALs only lifted the rear 1".
     
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