$2,100 installed? how about the body lift? if you have a welder and the ability to fabricate you could get a SAS done for $2,500 depending on the axle you source.
but it's really a moot point, because a 10" lift any other way is scary, dangerous and you gain ZERO suspension travel. What is the point of 37s, with only 8" of travel? or whatever stock is.
i think its well documented how much most of the guys that have SAS conversions have spent. ive only looked at a couple of them and both were $5000 give or take a bit.
so your asking me if $2100 is installed? only if its a good buddy discount. then you ask about the body lift and go on to say "if you have a welder and the ability to fabricate blah blah blah".
so the guy cant install a prefabbed suspension lift or body lift but he can save money on SAS if he can fab. quite the contradictary statement isnt it. your still stuck without gears, without wiring being done, without wheels and tires.
i can fab but you wouldnt find me throwing a SA under my truck. too much **** besides just the axle to get ahold of.
OP, i bet if you include some bilstein 5100s in your purchases TS would go crazy and give you the thumbs up. be all end all BILSTEINS!