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Old 12-09-2011, 10:34 PM
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I am going to lift my truck. I have never done it before so I have been researching different ones. I ran across the Adrenaline 3" Suspension lift kit and was wondering what other people's thoughts were about it. I ask because I was unable to find many reviews on that product online. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!
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I have no experience with that kit. I've used SuperLift and Rough Country lifts only. I like my current SuperLift kit.
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just looked at their kit, basically its a leveling kit with a 1 inch block in the back, if you put those 3 inch keys in you will need new shocks (not that they are very expensive) other thabn that it looks fine, torsion keys are torsion keys.
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edit: after writing that I read about the kit, haha, says it comes with shock spacers for use of original shocks, for 80 bucks it probably wouldnt hurt to change them unless you have done this recently
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3" is going to put alot more tension in your torsion bars and stiffen up you front end alot
You'll also run the risk of putting you cv axles at a steep angle causing vibrations
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I want to thank you guys for offering your knoledge. I did want to ask abou the stress on the cv axles. Would I need new axles? Like I said I have never done this before. All I want to accomplish is a lifted look and better ground clearance when I am wheeling. All I do is occasional trails and slightly deep mud pits. And bigger tires maybe 32's. I do know that I don't want a body lift I really don't like that look. Again thanks for the information.
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