I had a 3inch body lift with my SAS and I hated it. You could just feel that the center of gravity was too high. So right now I have cut off my sliders and am boxing in the rear frame and then lowering the cab. I am only running 35s so I don't need that much lift. In my opinion, drop the body lift. I would rather trim fenders than deal with body lifts. Just my opinion.02taco4x4 said:Just curious...How many, if anyone, are running body lifts with a solid front axle?
You can leave the BL if you like and just go lower with the suspension, or if you're going full width don't worry about it since you're center of gravity will be better anyways. Other than the standard problems associated with BL's I think really only your overall height/cog would be an issue.02taco4x4 said:I was just wondering b/c I already have a BL on my truck and if I decide to SAS my truck in the future if I should take the BL off or leave it on.
Leave the body lift on, do a drivetrain lift, and end up with a flat belly!02taco4x4 said:I was just wondering b/c I already have a BL on my truck and if I decide to SAS my truck in the future if I should take the BL off or leave it on.
You had me busting a gut with that answer!AK98Taco said:Hehehehehe... you're gonna love this answer. :xdevil:
They are big...
I do what I can, LOL.Front Range said:You had me busting a gut with that answer!
is that clutch toast already? i really liked the way that one drove tooOppositeboy said:I left my 2" on. Still not sure if I am gonna take it off. I was thinking of leaving it on in case I wanted to do my clutch again, but after the last ordeal, I will let the dealership mess with that.