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2014+ Suspension Lifts


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On 9/10/2021 at 9:06 AM, Pinky Z71 said:

After gathering a lot of good info on here and other places, I went ahead and got the Eibach Pro-Truck Lift Kit.  I had the kit installed and he said it was a good way to start a Friday morning.  I wanted the Coilover 2.0s but couldn't find them in stock and needed to level up the truck before getting tires on Monday.  The kit lifted the front a solid 3", looks like I need to add a block to the rear but letting it settle first.  I used the second groove on the front shocks.

 

This is my first truck and first leveling kit.  I was concerned with the ride quality, I can't believe how amazing the ride is compared to original Ranchos with 88,000 miles.  No more bouncing around, this thing is tight but not stiff.  It corners well and I'm super stoked about this decision!

 

Here are some pics, I hope this helps someone.

First three are Before ...next two are After.

 

I'm getting 285/70r18 Nitto Ridge Grapplers on Monday (currently stock Duratracs) , I'll update with more pics ...and hopefully a cleaner truck HAHA.

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Have you decided if you're still going to do the rear blocks?

 

I'm getting ready to do this and am deciding if I should order the blocks now and do it while everything's already apart.

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5 hours ago, egxflash said:

Have you decided if you're still going to do the rear blocks?

 

I'm getting ready to do this and am deciding if I should order the blocks now and do it while everything's already apart.

I'd recommend the blocks if you don't want a squat when hauling or towing.
Better yet, get a spring lift for better weight on the springs to fight that squat.
With my 3" level and 1" Billstein shock lift (as well as a 1.5" body lift), I have both the spring lift and a 1" block lift.
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