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Just looking for a little advice from other guys experiences...

I already know that I'm going to get the 20" Rockstars and Nitto Terragrapplers (the biggest ones that will fit under the lift I get without rubbing).

I've been putting a couple calls in for quotes and most of the recommendations I have been getting have been between the 6" Fabtech and the 8" CST. The CST is obviously more expensive, but if it's much better than the Fabtech, I'll go in that direction since I'll probably be keeping the truck for a while...

If anyone has any advice around either of these lifts or even other recommendations any info will be appreciated.

Thanks... :thumbsup:
 

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I have a used cst 8' kit that was on my truck for about a year... The reason its not on there anymore is cause im building a long travel set up... Im willing to get rid of my cst kit for $1000.00... If your intrested let me know. Thanks
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cst silver said:
I have a used cst 8' kit that was on my truck for about a year... The reason its not on there anymore is cause im building a long travel set up... Im willing to get rid of my cst kit for $1000.00... If your intrested let me know. Thanks
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Thanks for the offer man, I appreciate it, but I'd prefer to buy the stuff new.
 

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I would go with the CST 8" lift over the Procomp or Fabtech...they only have a 3" block in the kit for the rear...works great for 4x4 as they are 2 inches taller in rear thanks to a factory 2" spring perch...the CST kit uses a 4" block in the rear....here are a couple of pics of my 2005 CC 2wd. I have the CST 4 inch spindles with a 2.5 level kit up front and a 3" block kit in the rear with the cst carrier drop kit and procomp shocks...I'm running the 305/65r18 BFGs (basically a 34x12.00) on 18x9 Incubus Alloys with a 5.14 back spacing. It has never rubbed on the street and I do go offroading here in Southern Utah...Desert and dunes and have never had an issue as well...I could have gone 315/70r17 on 17x9 rims but I plan on putting the Stillen BIG brake kit and needed an 18 inch rim and I like the look of an 18 over the 17.
 

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I would go with the CST 8" lift over the Procomp or Fabtech...they only have a 3" block in the kit for the rear...works great for 4x4 as they are 2 inches taller in rear thanks to a factory 2" spring perch...the CST kit uses a 4" block in the rear....here are a couple of pics of my 2005 CC 2wd. I have the CST 4 inch spindles with a 2.5 level kit up front and a 3" block kit in the rear with the cst carrier drop kit and procomp shocks...I'm running the 305/65r18 BFGs (basically a 34x12.00) on 18x9 Incubus Alloys with a 5.14 back spacing. It has never rubbed on the street and I do go offroading here in Southern Utah...Desert and dunes and have never had an issue as well...I could have gone 315/70r17 on 17x9 rims but I plan on putting the Stillen BIG brake kit and needed an 18 inch rim and I like the look of an 18 over the 17.

Truck looks sweet...I've heard the CST kits are great, but have heard very little about the Fabtech on the Titan (mostly on Fords) and one of the shops keeps trying to push me towards the Fabtech saying how great it is.

Thanks for the input...I was already leaning towards the CST, mainly wanted to see if anyone had great experiences with the Fabtech.

Thanks again...

[EDIT: Man I used the word great a lot, gotta lay off the beer :D]
 
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