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Ok, I’m getting closer to buying my lift kit. This is for a 2006 DC 4X4 4.7. Here is what I’m leaning towards and would like any comments, suggestions or criticism from all. I plan on purchasing this next week if it passes the TS test. And thanks for all the help!
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2.0 SAW Coil overs 0-3”lift http://www.eshocks.com/bil_ORvh.asp?Series_Index=0Q1&Length_Index=7Q2&Manf=Sway-A-Way&SubChar=Q

Rear AAL Wheeler 1.5” http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tundraaal.htm

Front diff drop kit http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/revtektundra.htm

Wheel spacers 1.50” http://www.marlincrawler.com/htm/axles.htm

930 CV boots http://www.desertkarts.com/item80954.ctlg

Nitto grapplers 285/70-17 on factory wheels http://www.nittotire.com/#index%2Etire%2Eterragrappler%2Esizes

http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direct/findTireProductCategoryDetailBrnd.do?tpc=NITVA1&tp=Truck%2FSUV&tc=NITRL1
 

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Looks like you've been doing your homework.
 

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You planning on using the stock wheels? I didn't see any mention of wheels in that list.

The rest of it looks good, that is more than 11" wide, if you are using the OEM wheels, it shows that you can use a 7.5" wide wheels but that is the skinniest possible wheel to use, Ideal is 8.5" wide, this or a 9" wide wheel would give the tire a better look, the terra grapler is more of a squared tire vs. a rounded tire so the more square you can keep it the better it will look, if that is what you are after.
 

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I would go with the 2.5 SAW's, not the 2.0's
 

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Ok, I’m getting closer to buying my lift kit. This is for a 2006 DC 4X4 4.7. Here is what I’m leaning towards and would like any comments, suggestions or criticism from all. I plan on purchasing this next week if it passes the TS test. And thanks for all the help!
Dan

2.0 SAW Coil overs 0-3”lift http://www.eshocks.com/bil_ORvh.asp?Series_Index=0Q1&Length_Index=7Q2&Manf=Sway-A-Way&SubChar=Q

Rear AAL Wheeler 1.5” http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/tundraaal.htm

Front diff drop kit http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/revtektundra.htm

Wheel spacers 1.50” http://www.marlincrawler.com/htm/axles.htm

930 CV boots http://www.desertkarts.com/item80954.ctlg

Nitto grapplers 285/70-17 on factory wheels http://www.nittotire.com/#index%2Etire%2Eterragrappler%2Esizes

[URL="http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direct/findTireProductCategoryDetailBrnd.do?tpc=NITVA1&tp=Truck%2FSUV&tc=NITRL1"]http://www.discounttiredirect.com/direct/findTireProductCategoryDetailBrnd.do?tpc=NITVA1&tp=Truck%2FSUV&tc=NITRL1[/URL]
you have done well! Those 930 boots are very important!
 

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I would go with the 2.5 SAW's, not the 2.0's
Unless he's doing what you're doing in your avatar photo, or putting 2000# on the truck and doing what I'm doing in my gallery, the 2.0s will be fine. I only end mine when I load the truck and take it over ledges and drops for a straight week.

DH add a pair of uniball upper control arms to your setup and you'll be set.

-Sean
 

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Thanks for the help! I've started to purchase everything.
 
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