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post #1 of 5 Old 04-16-2012, 02:33 PM Thread Starter
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How are they? How do they hold up and ride? Wanting to do a 10 inch. Should I do radius arm or 4-link? Regular springs or coilovers? Any input is greatly appreciated!! No off-roading just street.
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I have the 8in fabtech with the dirt logic 2.25s.. my truck rides great.. second fabtech lift i have owned and both have been great. easy to install and all around good lift.. I have it on my 2006 ccsb.. you will like it.. dont know much about the coil overs but i hear good things. so if you have the extra cash.. go for it

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I have the 8in fabtech with the dirt logic 2.25s.. my truck rides great.. second fabtech lift i have owned and both have been great. easy to install and all around good lift.. I have it on my 2006 ccsb.. you will like it.. dont know much about the coil overs but i hear good things. so if you have the extra cash.. go for it
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Just my opinion/knowledge. If you go with the 4 link lift fab tech uses steel heim joints which will pound out from highway/street travel.

I have a SkyJacker which uses vulcanized rubber joints and highly suggest it. Or a BDS which uses greaseable rubber joints. Neither company make a 10" but both make a 8.5" and 8"

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I love fabtech! If I was going to do a big lift, thats what I would go with.

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