03-18-2015, 09:51 PM
Join Date: Jun 2014
Location: Toronto, ON
Originally Posted by reb6672
If it were me, I'd probably just change the shocks out for now, then start working on building or obtaining the 8.8 for when you want to go to 35's
From what I've read, you don't "need" to do an SYE for the 8.8, but it's recommended to.
What exactly are the issues that you're having that you would want to go down in spring height? I'm guessing drive line vibes?
I have driveline vibes, Im thinking I could probably correct most of them with the control arms waiting to go in.
Castor is way off of the front, I really need 4 control arms, or 2 at the very least to fix what is going on up there.
I don't know- I don't really want to go down, but I don't want all these headaches either from an unproperly spec'd lift.
The other thing that is in the back of my mind is the fact that I am also adding weight to the vehicle with the winch, the tube fenders probably add some weight that will be going on, and sooner or later a stinger up front... So I am almost wondering if my 4" lift will make its own way down into a 3.5" one,,,
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