Originally Posted by slag2003
If you are aspiring for more lift eventually, then keep the spacer and buy a 4" lift. They look perfect in my opinion. Plus you could always add the spacer on top for more lift.. The body lifts leave a lot of gaps, and they expose the frame and tow hooks. everyone is telling me the pain im putting on my joints and that's something that will prob be something I always deal with but my friends can replace that stuff easy and cheap...can u explain the 4-6 inch lift u r talking about?
To explain the lift: You can buy a 4" lift kit, skip the body lift, and add your 2.5 leveling spacer on top of your lifted struts.. You will however need to buy longer front struts and forgo the spacers some lift kits provide to extend the stock struts, in order to safely run your level spacer.. Unless you buy a lift kit that includes the lift struts, then you can just use the level spacer on them..
Or just buy a 6", 8", or even a 12" lift kit if you know you want to go big or go home.
But I think 35's look perfect on 4" lifts and leveled trucks. Zone, and rancho make a 4" kit. But the rancho kit is unfortunately discontinued..