Be not afraid fo rthis is a common question and concern with many a pickup enthusiast. to start off with, you need to get a full on measurement to the highest point on the truck (3rd brake light). Second you need to consider the size tires you want to go with. I believe your stock tires are a 32" tire, so that meant just the addition of say a 35" tire would effectively raise the truck up 1.5" over stock as is. Now with that said, a 35 will not clear on its own so you have to look into raising the truck. Being that the point of your question is lift kits, I will throw out some options, suggestions, and personal experience. If your goal is a 35" tire you will need at least a level to clear them. Simple digging around this forum will yield multiple options. The cool part about a level is that you can keep your stock wheels and not hav any backspacing issues. With a lift kit, be it 4 or 6 inch, you will need new wheels or a set of wheel spacer to accomodate the extra clearnace needed for the longer spindles. Speaking for experience, my truck sits leveled and i have a set of 35's on mine. I cannot get the truck safely into a 7' tall parking garage and not have the breathing room that I like to have. My advice, if you want to fit in a garage, level it.
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