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Old 08-16-2013, 03:53 PM
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Originally Posted by fastNugly @ BP View Post
You and a few others are certainly.....
The reason why many have not gone this route is the small difference to go to a 6" lift. But Im sure it is partly due to the lack of pics too.

There are MANY 4" lift pics, but none with Bilsteins set to 1.4 or 2.1

Actually, I lie.
Jake09 on here has a 4" Superlift and has his Bilsteins at 2.1 and a 1.25" body lift too
He did pretty much convert his lift to a 6" SuperLift which how they do this is via Bilstiens.
Right on.

Personally, I was afraid a 6" would just be too tall and the few 4" kits I saw looked...well, almost like they didn't have a lift on them. I wanted something that looked beefy but still gave me comfortable access to the bed (I'm only 5'8" people!). I have to say this was about the perfect solution for me and probably anyone who can't decide between 4 or 6". Very happy with my choices.

That whole lack of pics thing should be remedied very shortly with all of us going this route.
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