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:help: I have read on here about everyone wanting a lift to be designed and made readily availiable in the 3-4" range. What I havent seen is anyone suggesting using the steal leveling blocks along with the Trailmaster leveling springs, to give 4 inch of lift in the front then either add a 2" block to the back or my preferance a add a leaf witch can be had for around $40 for both sides. Just a thought but I am also new.

PS The down side might be axle bind but that is to be decided by someone who who combined these two parts not someone guessing what might happen. :huh:
 

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The front suspension has bump stops that won't allow that much lift, plus the angles on the CV shafts would be too severe. A lift would drop the front differential and suspension with the lifted coils to correct the angles.
 

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Well shit, I guess a guy could always put a straight axle under keep the factory suspension and just add a three link?
 
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