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I'm running basically OME replacements they are great if your planning on a bumper just tell him and he'll give you a stiffer spring rate

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Thanks, I use my truck for my quad, camping, and construction time to time. I dont' want it too big where its not easy to load, and unload my long bed, but it stock height being what it is + my off roading time to time = not ideal.

Part of me wonders if I should save the money and just get 2'' spacers in the front, but suspension lifts, to me, are waaaay better.


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look at harshrealitys truck that's the closest i know of to what your looking at doing

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how bout this setup without the UCAs -600 brings you in at about $1000.00

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as far as the radflo length, if you are going to pay for them I would go with the extended that can give you 3 inches of height. I wouldnt worry about your control arm contacting the coil bucket. If you put a bumpstop in the factory arm you cant hear it at all and there is no damage to the bucket. On the road i have yet to feel contact.
I was driving on the beach rather fast last night and i know the bumpstop was contacting the bucket because the ride was rougher than before i lifted but there was no damage. I used a 4and 1/2 inch grinder while i had everything apart to shave down the metal parts of the uca that would have mad contact and so far so good.

The radflos which i will upgrade to when I have the money are completely adjustable with a spanner wrench so if you put a shrock on the front and it droops you can ajust the spring rate. I works both ways though so you could adjust them for only 2-2 1/2 of lift.

I wasn't going to get the deavers for the rear because i wanted to get 3 inches for both sense i like the factory rake but when I talked to prg they said they could just arch them for 3 inches of lift. Those will be here on and installed on monday. I'm sure this will max out my oem shocks but i can't afford new ones until next month. I would definitely get both though.

oh yea i put on the 3 inch spacers in the front.

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i want to lift my truck, but which parts do i need...i just want a mini lift. would i need the leveling kit too? this is my first time inquiring about these things.. so the info would be nice. i'm currently running on stock rims, but will buy rims in the future.


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Just ordered the 3"" Frontier Leveling Kit w/PRG Deaver 2-Leaf Spring #prg-3mke11-f kit and the Bilstein 5125's for the rear. Plan to replace the front lift blocks with the Radflo's and UCAs later down the road.
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Hey Greg, any luck on completing your own Drop bracket lift?

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i want to lift my truck, but which parts do i need...i just want a mini lift. would i need the leveling kit too?
If you want to level out the factory *** up rake, then the leveling kit is the way i.e. 2" spacer up front and 1" block in the rear. If you want to go up an even distance, then a straight lift kit would be the way i.e. 2" spacer up front and 2" block in the rear. Either way, you can't go wrong with PRG!!!

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