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My truck is a 2wd Sv auto. Right now it is sitting on a readylift with 265/75/16 falken at3w. I am looking at going bigger with either a 4" or 6" lift. I don't think I want to go bigger than 285/75/16. I would also look at the 295/75/16 if I didn't have to do a lot of modding. So I'm looking at adding the cst spindles with the readylift and adding to the rear also or taking the readylift off the front and adding the cst spindles and adding blocks or add a leaf to the rear. I have also thought about leaving the readylift and adding front upper arms with some other type of lift be it coilovers or the bilstein shocks. This is a street only truck so I don't need anything to crazy but would like it to ride nice so looking for your guys suggestions. Thanks
 

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I am going for the same thing as you. If it helps any I can tell you what my plans are. Right now I have the bilstein 5100's set at 2inches....it rides so much better than stock in my opinion. In a few months I am going to do the spindle lift because it keeps the same ride. In the rear I have 5125's for a 3 to 4 inch lift and the Deaver AAL's. I plan to get the shim if I need it and the PRG shackles.

I do got a question for you. I am switching rims and tires because of the 6" and 4"inch lift, and I have been really looking at the Falken AT3W tires....How do they ride??? any thing you want to tell me about them would be great.
 

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I think the falkens ride really good. They have a little more road noise than the factory tires but no where close to that of the Cooper stts I have on my jeep. I think they are a nice in between tire with the aggressive look.
 

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they are LT's or P tires?
 

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Pretty sure mine are the lt model.
 
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