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Old 07-02-2013, 03:12 PM   #31
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And the reason why I'm going to keep the pucks is because they were givin' to me. And a two-inch coil is cheaper then a 4 inch. Just kind of low on $$$$ right now.
As many others have said with 4" of total suspension lift you really have to get quite a few other parts, trac bar relocation, TC drop, longer sway bar links, bump stop extensions, you could run into death-wobble issues which can be expensive to fix. Not trying to talk you out of it but if money is tight it's important to know what your getting into.

If you don't have any current issues with tires rubbing and are looking for more flex have you considered a 1" BL and MML with either a homemade or aftermarket set of swaybar disconnects? This would be a much more cost effective route.
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