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post #1 of 3 Old 04-02-2014, 03:08 PM Thread Starter
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Not sure which way to go

Hey y'all, hopefully someone here can help. I've decided to lift my truck finally. I have kicked the idea around for a while and initially had my mind made up on the BDS 4" lift with rear block, dual steering stabilizer and Fox 2.0 shocks. Now that its time to pull the trigger, I'm starting to consider the 6" kit with their springs and the other options previously mentioned. I'm going with 35x12.50x20" tires which 4" will be plenty enough to clear. Anyone have this same internal dilemma? If so which way did you go? And why? Also, will a 6" lift make my truck too tall to hook up to a 5th wheel TT? Thanks in advance for the feedback.

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Well I ordered the BDS 4" lift with Fox 2.0 shocks. Hope it rides good. I figured that will be tall enough since I plan to get a 5th wheel TT soon.

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Post some pics when you get it on, I think that it will look great.

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