If you wanted to drive to Atlanta we could swap out my lift to your truck :bangit:, besides that if you want a cheap lift, don't do it, save up and get the 2wd performance spindle lift from PRG.
on my way HAHA lol...jkIf you wanted to drive to Atlanta we could swap out my lift to your truck :bangit:, besides that if you want a cheap lift, don't do it, save up and get the 2wd performance spindle lift from PRG.
Just spindles alone will give you 4" lift with nothing extra needed. You can add a 2.5" spacer later for 6.5" lift when your budget allows. Everyone says you need longer brake lines. But you really don't if you do the brakes like the Fabtech kit. The Fabtech doesnt come with extended brake lines. I would offer him $450 and see what he says.bass what else will I need if I get spindles?
what about the rear?The cheapest route to go right now would be the CST spindles plus the leveling spacers. That would give you 6.5". Then, if you can get some coilovers and UCAs, you can crank those suckers up for even more lift.
Most people that go with 6.5" upfront have a 4" block in the rear. When I had my 4" block in the rear, the front was slightly lower. A 3" block would have had me completely level.what about the rear?
Another victim to the lift addiction disease. :jester: I know the feeling. Every time I leave a meet I take my truck apart and go crazy.Hey guys,
Okay here is the challenge. I want to lift my truck! I am sick of going to meets and looking like im driving a F*ckin toy truck compared to guys like IEMuscle, Woodcrest, Mikey, all you guys! chris and austin, not even trippin about that haha! anyways I need to know where I can get a lift for CHEAP (used or New idc). I dont offroad unless im out riding dirtbikes other than that i just drive like bada$s on the street haha also I want to try to run 35s on 17s if you think that will look good....maybe in the future I will upgrade rim and to 37s but right now all my money is focused on lifting this b!tch. I dont have alot of $$$ but can anybody help me out on where to go???
yes stock springs, stock shocks, stock UCAs. If you lift the rear you will need longer shocks though.so this uses the stock springs???