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I just bought a performance accessories 3" bl. I plan to purchase a 3" suspension lift in a couple of weeks, does anyone know which one is the best for the money? Please help.
 

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the cheapest would be a spacer lift...some good brands around here are cornfed and toytec but the best would be a coilover lift such as donahoe, camburg, king, saws...as for the "best for the money" part, you get what you pay for.
 

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I got my 3" Revtek lift w/ rear add-a-leaf and rear Bilstein 5100 shocks for $400 TOTAL from www.rockymountainsusp.com . They are here in NC so I just drove down and picked it up from them. Shallote, NC to be exact. I thought that was a helluva deal so I went with it. Pretty happy so far, but the rear rides like s***. I want to replace the add-a-leaf with a full leaf pack.
 

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How much are you willing to spend? That will give people a better idea of what to suggest. Also, will this be for looks? Will you be wheling your truck? If so, what kind of wheeling?
 

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400? that's not bad...i got toytec 3" coilspacers 2" cornfed shackles and 5150's bilsteins for 350 total..well about that much..bought them indivisually...have to finnish installing the rear this monday...we broke the coilspacers at tire kindom when we got it compressed..hehe..TRD coils are stiff... :lmao:
 

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Weeman said:
the cheapest would be a spacer lift...some good brands around here are cornfed and toytec but the best would be a coilover lift such as donahoe, camburg, king, saws...as for the "best for the money" part, you get what you pay for.

Very well said!

I would say go with a set of SAW Racerunner 2.0's. We have them on a special at $600 for the pair!
http://www.camburg.com
 

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NC's BeefTaco said:
I just bought a performance accessories 3" bl. I plan to purchase a 3" suspension lift in a couple of weeks, does anyone know which one is the best for the money? Please help.
Here's a tip. Save up the money, and go with a great setup to begin with. Don't go the cheap route, because it ends up being the more expensive route in the future. I went the cheap route a couple years ago, and now I'm regretting it. I got a set of spacers, an AAL, and shocks, and at first, I was stoked with the new setup. Now, I would really like to get a coilover lift and a full leaf pack. The ride is so much stiffer than stock, and with it being a daily driver too, I'd much rather have the more comfortable ride given by the "superior" lift options out there. If I had gone that route to begin with, I wouldn't be worrying about changing my suspension setup now.
 

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What area of NC do you live? I am in Charlotte and was curious about the body lift. I put in the cornfed 3" spacers and shackles and love em!
 

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I live in goldsboro, NC. It's small, not far from wilson or greenville.What did you want to know about the body lift?
 

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Thanks to everyone for responding. I decided to go with the toytec suspension lift. I appreciate everyone's help. If anybody knows anything about how hard or easy the install is for the bl or the suspension lift let me know. ALso, if anybody knows a place to get it installed in NC if it's too hard please let me know.THanks.
 
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