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it is reliable, that is how most people lift their vehicles without upgrading to coilovers which is a far better riding and designed suspension up front

the add a leaf in back will be fine

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ole_red9 said:
Im looking to buy a lift kit, is this everything I need to lift it? Do I need anymore parts other then this package? Is it realiable?


http://www.suspensionconnection.com/cgi-bin/suscon/52907.html
That is everything you need for the lift. Are you going to actually use the truck alot offroad after you put it on? That lift is good for mild offroading, not 2-3 times a month.
 

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I plan on mudding, Im not going hardcore/Extreme. Just enough have fun! Im new too the hole thing so im not going to go in over my head YET!!!
 

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thats alright, if i were you i would check into some of our sponsors products for example toytec, the are about the best quality spacer you are going to find
 

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Red, there are pro and cons of using the spacer lifts. It appears that you will be doing some light duty off roading and mall crawling, so your best bet for the time being will probably be the spacer kit. Be aware that you will have some rubbing at full droop and your Caster numbers (alignment) will not be optimal, but it is do-able. If you stick with a 32 inch tire, you may not rub the body mount at full lock and stuff, but you will still have to trim some of the plastic. Read through the forums and make the best choice that you can, for the cash involved. A coil over set up is going to cost you boo-koo bucks.
 

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You should go with toyec, high quality and 10% discount:)
 

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i was looking into the toyec lift as well. i have an 01 that i am planning on converting to 4wd. my friend said i could get the lift before i convert. is this true? what do u recomend? is the 10% from being a member of the forum?
 

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ole_red9 said:
I plan on mudding, Im not going hardcore/Extreme. Just enough have fun! Im new too the hole thing so im not going to go in over my head YET!!!
remember- schools, parks, and power line trails are the best place for mudding.
(or at least that is what a whole slew of jaggoffs think)
 
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