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all the guys running that high or higher are running a 6" with a body lift and some other spacers/bilsteins. I've never seen a straight 8" lift. but u can add things to get up there
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for this I would recommend to you either a 6" suspension and a 3" body for a total of 9", or a 6" with bilsteins set to 2.1 or 2.4 or procomp zx2014 shocks set to 2.75", or if you want to get real crazy you could do a 6" suspension with bilsteins or procomp zx2014's and a 3" body lift, if you would like I could put a quote together for you all I would need is your zipcode and which combo you wanted to do.

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alright thanks for the advice, just wasnt sure if it was the only option to go with the 6 inch, not a body lift type person but im gonna have to be if i want her higher then 6!
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You do not have to do a body lift to get higher than 6" but you do have to add other parts, if you add bilsteins adjustable shocks or procomp adjustable shocks you can go up another 2.75" on top of the 6" lift however you would also require a rear coil spacer to keep from looking nose high.

For example our company vehicle is configured like this

6" procomp stage 1 lift kit
procomp prorunner zx2014 adjustable shocks set to 2.75" in the front
procomp prorunner zx2001 shocks in the rear
ready lift 1.75" rear coil spacer.

for a total of 8" suspension lift.

hope this info help you out, the only reason to use a body lift would be to go bigger than 8" but you can for sure get to 8" without using a body lift.

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