Wait You're already running 6" RCD and a 3" BL apparently, you add a spacer be prepared to replace the CV joints every other day, they wont be able to handle that much of an angle. If you really want to go a lot bigger you're gonna have to go with a Solid Axle.
its 2wheel drive and sas is not a option right now. my control arms look fine, my upper control sits straight out with no angle. i know for a fact i can fit another inch in the coilover since the rcd lift has a 4" drop cross member so really the truck is only at a two" lift. i was just wondering if i could put two inches or more
hi, i did in the past contact off road, 4wheeler magizine's.
and asked them what is the safest lift.
both mag. told me a 3" is you max lift saftey wise.
although i love the look of a 6" lift.
depending on how you drive a 3" is your best option with 33" tires.
if you go higher, it could flip. it becomes top heavy.
that is what they told me.
it all depends on what you do. how you drive, etc.
i'm sure you could go higher if you do it the right way.
ask the experts.
hope it help's.
you to can contact the truck mag. & custom shop's for there opinion's.
and ask them all these questions you will get a correct answer.
thanks man im just trying to see how i can lift it. when i get the spacer ill post another thread and tell you guys how it goes, ill have 10 inches of lift =] sweet!!!!!!!!! now i just need 2 grand to buy bigger tires hahaha