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I have a 2 wheel drive 07 and want to add the 4 inch lift....I looked on PRG and the 4 inch spindles dont seem to have a place for my upper ball joint, it looks like it is set up for the newer control arms....can I add the 4 inch spindles to my stock set up or do I need to upgrade the control arms...I left a message fro Greg but he must be busy today.
 

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I have a 2 wheel drive 07 and want to add the 4 inch lift....I looked on PRG and the 4 inch spindles dont seem to have a place for my upper ball joint, it looks like it is set up for the newer control arms....can I add the 4 inch spindles to my stock set up or do I need to upgrade the control arms...I left a message fro Greg but he must be busy today.
Yes you can use your stock upper arm w/the lift spindles!
It may look funny in the pics, but yes...it works...
 

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Yes you can use your stock upper arm w/the lift spindles!
It may look funny in the pics, but yes...it works...

So does the top of the spindle screw onto the ball joint threads or something.....confused
 

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So does the top of the spindle screw onto the ball joint threads or something.....confused
The top of the spindle looks tapered, but it's hollow behind, that's were the nut for the ball joint goes.
 

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so whats the best kit?
I can tell you what I run, and I'm very happy with it...
PRG 4" Performance kit w/SAW's in frt and DR shocks in rear, with the 1.5" Deaver mini pak and finally the CST 4" lift spindle up frt.
I run very little spring pre-load on the SAW's (1.25") and I also have the TC shackles in the rear.

With this set up I have the front slighly higher then the rear, nicknamed the "Escondedo Rake"...but I like that style, and it's only about 1" difference between frt & rear. If I felt the need for more frt lift, I can just crank up the pre-load for a couple more inches.
By keeping the frt pre-load down, it helps keep the frt end softer, and I like a plush but well dampened ride...
Although I've not had as much desert time as I'd like, it's worked great every time I've been able to get out...

This set-up is all about performance(as many others here who have variations of this popular set-up) and not about "lift" for the sake of lift...
 
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