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  1. sportster07
    01-24-2014 11:05 AM - permalink
    TY64 You could maybe find a rough country 4 inch for that. They run around that new
  2. Ty64
    01-22-2014 04:12 PM - permalink
    Where can u find a proper lift for only1000 dollars?
  3. sportster07
    12-13-2013 12:58 PM - permalink
    Yeah man, good luck but honestly everyone's probably right a proper 4 inch lift with 35's is what you want if you have a good truck and plan on keeping it, you might as well do it right the first time. I know down the road I'm going to take my leveling kit out and spend another $1000 to have a proper lift in my truck so.
  4. zero2Fx4
    12-13-2013 11:25 AM - permalink
    I was kinda thinking that too but every forum ive searched people said they would look too small and to just go 35s. Ill think on it yet i guess. I really appreciate all your help and input though. thank you very much
  5. sportster07
    12-13-2013 10:22 AM - permalink
    If my truck was that low mileage and I was planning on keeping it for awhile, I'd get a suspension lift. I don't think 33's would look that small with a 4 inch, no smaller then 35's do with a 6 inch. Plus if you really didn't like them, a good set of bfg's used can still fetch a good price used.
  6. zero2Fx4
    12-12-2013 04:40 PM - permalink
    Yeah im in Green Bay, WI. So for a 2.5 inch lift would you say its worth it for a little added ride height with 33s as a daily driver? Its never been off-roaded and probably never will be. Like i said failure of my front end parts is what i really dont want on a 32,xxx mile truck
  7. sportster07
    12-12-2013 03:46 PM - permalink
    Too bad you probably don't live handy to me, I'd hook you up with a set of 35's then you could go 4 inch haha. I'm going with 37 inch mud terrains next, 6 inch lift undecided what brand
  8. zero2Fx4
    12-12-2013 01:15 PM - permalink
    Yeah ive considered a 4 inch suspension lift but i just bought brand new BFG 33s and im afraid those will look tiny since people are running 35s on those so now ive been thinking of just putting a 2 inch suspension kit just for a little extra height and still be able to fit it in the garage and keep the costs low
  9. sportster07
    12-12-2013 10:44 AM - permalink
    Sorry, I posted the wrong link. Honestly, If I were doing it over again I would get a real lift. It's another $600 but in the greater scheme of things, it's probably a better way to go. My truck hasen't had any major problems with the front end parts however they have all been replaced with quality moog parts before the leveling kit was in so it's tough to say. I'd go with a 4 inch suspension lift if I was doing it all over again though, a leveling kit is a cheap way out.
  10. zero2Fx4
    12-11-2013 11:09 PM - permalink
    I thought the only way to lift the front end was with keys on a 4x4? Thats all ive been finding besides the link you posted and that says for 04-12 or is that still compatible with a 2002? I really appreciate your help as im sort of new to this and not sure where to really begin

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