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So I Have Done "ALOT" of searching for lifts for my truck, my options are "VERY" limited..

They Offer:

-FabTech-
6" Suspension Lift For Aprx $18oo.oo ($21oo.oo If You Purchase The Leafs For It)

-Ready Lift-
2.5" Lift In The Front, And 1.5" Lift In The Rear For Aprx $368.oo

They Do Have Several Other Leveling Kits, Daystar, Revtek, Procomp However Has A 5" Lift For About The Same Price As The 6" FabTech

So I Guess My Options Pretty Much Are 6" Or Simply Level..

I Was Thinking If I Put A Ready Lift On (Raising Front 2.5"/ Rear1.5) Then Threw 285/75r/16 Mud Tires The Hieght Of The Tires Would Help As Well Possibly Lifting The Front Up To 3.5" And Back 2.5"

What Do You Guys Think?

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Yeah I Considered That As Well, But If You Lift The Body How Do You Cover The Space Between The Bumper In The Back.. I Dont Want That Gap..
 

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Have you looked at the 5" Calmini lift?
 

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Im Sure I Have Ran Across It Thru-Out Searching I Will Look It Up Again..

With A 5" Lift Tho, Dont I Need 5" Back Spacing For My Tires? And With That Big Of Tires Will I Need To Shave My Fendors Down?
 

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Only the FabTech requires you to use a different rim size.
 

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Hmmm I Did Not Know That.. Why Is That? So I Could Get A Calmini And Still Use My 16 Rims Just Sling More Rubber And Get Some 33" Tires..
 

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Hmmm I Did Not Know That.. Why Is That?
The tie rod is flipped on the steering knuckle changing the clearance from the suspension to the wheel.
 

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ahhhh okay that makes since now.. i didn not know that i appreciate the info.. defininatly give me more to think about now..

what are "Sway-a-way Coil Overs For?
 
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