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chvylac

3.5/4/4.5 lift kit help

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I'm looking at putting a 3.5/4/4.5" lift don't really want to go any bigger out of these 3 size of lift can anyone point me in the right direction I don't want one I have to cut/weld any of the oem stuff. I also mainly drive the streets. What lifts should I look at that are decent priced

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2" or 2.5" leveling kit + 1.5" body lift

 

Cheap, reversible, perfect for a DD.

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Has anyone used the super lift 3.5". Is it going to be the same as the 3.5" RC kit?

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3.5s are a maxed level kit.. horrible angles.

 

Do the 2.5 with 1.5, it gets you 4", can clear a 34" tire, is cheap and can be returned to stock. In my opinion, a suspension kit is only useful if you want 6" or more. Unless this is going to be a off-road truck more than a daily driver... there's no point in spending 2 grand on a 4" suspension kit.

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Hads said it perfectly.. I don't do much off road just daily driving so body and level is perfect for me ..if doing more offroading then yes suspension lift maybe what u need.. the suspension lift may ride better idk .. mine rides just fine

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rsipps i like those type kits also but i cant find one that gets good reviews and i watch a video of them putting a zone body lift on and you have to cut some stuff to where you could not take it back off

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