I was going to move it, but that is mostly for folks who are selling or buying suspension parts. Anyway, let me know if you still want it moved.
For my input, I went with the Icon progressive rate leveling coil springs from Truck Toyz paired with the Bilstein 5100 shocks. For the money and ride quality, it can't hardly be beat. Initially, I went with the hard rubber leveling "pucks" and the ride went to crap. I definitely wouldn't recommend the leveling bushings, pucks or blocks.
Yeah, I have the $18 dollar aluminum pucks under there now...it was kinda one of those spur of the moment things, money was tight, got a good deal on tires that I needed to have mounted to pass inspection, and needed to clear the taller tires, so ebay got my vote, along with some blocks for the rear
best riding would be a coilover conversion kit using King shocks, call Trucktoyz, they make such kits for 0" lift to as much as you want, costs a lot, but by far the "smoothest" option
Yeah, I've seen lots of king setups at shows and whatnot... always kinda wondered how they rode. Shortly after posting this I remembered seeing your truck in your signature somewhere, glad you chimmed in. What kind of springs do you have in there? Deaver, or are they coil overs? EDIT: after reading your sig I see you've got coilovers. Are the deavers in the rear?... if so how do you like them
I don't have the coin to throw at a full coil over setup, nor could I justify it for a mostly street truck even if I did have the money. I still have the original shocks with 130k on em, on stock springs (the rears look like they've seen better days...they've got the w shape starting to develop.)...it's coming up on time for shocks, and I figured while I was in there, I'd ditch the crappy blocks and go with a decent set of longer springs.
I stumbled on carli's website, and drooled over a few of their setup's before I snapped back into reality. I'll look into the icon's, I've heard lots of good things about the 5100 series shocks, and like with everything, a few bad things too. I'm debating calling up deaver for a set of rear leafs too... I'm just worried about them being too soft, and not taking a lot of weight well. They say they're progressive and all, but I still find it puzzling that they could ride better and still take the same weight - just doesn't seem right. Kinda like making more power and getting better mileage. (which, I know... actually happens)
I feel like I'm so late to the party after stumbling through the suspension section. The days of skyjacker and superlift, maybe fabtech if you wanted something fancy being the only real lift manufacturers are over.