kit comes with aforementioned drop brackets, new extended (taller) spindles, extended front brake lines, front skid plate, strut spacer (front), these braces, for lack of a better term, that go from the rear of the db to the transmission crossmember, 2" lift blocks and 2" extended shackle for the rear. it leaves a little to be desired performance wise. if you got the coin, id suggest the prg db radflo coilover and at the least an add a leaf setup to rid of the lift block. the lift block exsaserbates (sp) wheelhop. its a decent setup. dont let the naysayers downplay it. offroading is mostly about skill overtaking obstacles. there is also a fabtech kit that is 6" lift, but the difference is negligible. and rumor has it titan lift kits will fit too, but i dont know. ive wheeled many times and it does its purpose which is raising the framerails higher off the ground. again, it leaves alot to the imagine performance wise.
DB stands for drop bracket. the calmini kit comes with what basically amounts to new lower frame sections for the front. it relocates the lower control arms, front diff. and steering rack.
i have no body lift as i dont believe in them. i plan to go to some coilovers and at least aal's when money and the ball and chain allow it. or maybe s.a.s. and 3/4 or 1 ton axles. id also like to swap in the rumored cummins fourbanger that the titan is supposed to be getting in the near future
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