So I finally got around to installing the Daystar 3/2 lift and Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers yesterday afternoon. The front was rather easy(it only took me about 30-40 minutes per side using basic hand tools) but the back was a different story. The front spacers:
The back gave me some problems because it was hard to get the rear end up high enough to drop the rear axel enough to get the springs and spacers back in there. After a little redneck engineering we finally got the back of the truck high enough and were able to slide springs in. It was dark and raining when we got finished so I wasn't able to get any pics last night. It is still raining but I went ahead and snapped a few here at the fire house this morning.
A way before and after, doesn't even look like the same truck! Lol
I have heard nothing but good things about Spidertrax products and I will say that I am more than impressed with the quality of the spacers. They came packaged nicely and even included a tube of red Loc-tite with each pair. They completely eliminated the rubbing on the frame and gave the truck a much more aggressive stance.
A couple comparison shots:
You can see how much the tires were rubbing before:
Overall I am very pleased with the look and ride. I honestly can't really tell any difference in the ride but I can definitely it sits higher while I'm driving down the road!