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Just got this back from the shop yesterday. 2011 2WD SV.
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trueIn my mind the stock truck should've come about 2 inches higher from the factory.
Did you have to install aftermarket A-arms?BW: Yes we had to do the Camber bolts. The 3 inch lift throws the camber off drastically with the stock settings. I went with PRG based solely on the pedigree discussed on this site. There are certainly cheaper brands out there but I believe the quality and customer service you'll get with PRG are unmatched. In regards to the lift, I wanted to get the maximum amount of lift for the cheapest price with PRG and the 3x2 fit the bill. There are options there that can go higher and provide a better ride quality but can cost in the thousands. As a 2wd, I will not be any offroading and this is a daily driver so getting the 3 inches provided enough height for more confident road stance, without breaking the bank or hurting the ride quality. The ride feels close to stock and because of 2wd and bump stops I haven't had any coil bucket contact. If you have a 4wd I would look to go lower as guys on here report major CBC at and above 2.5 inches. Good luck!