suspension lifts give you ground clearance where it matters, under the frame, making it harder to get high centered.
true your axles will still only be the 1-2" above stock depending on what size tire you run, but if you get hung up on them all you have to do is back up and bump it
it tends to be a little more tricky to get unstuck from being high centered.
if you have the money and know how do a solid axle swap, i should have done it long ago. after that do an RCD lift or superlift.
now, if you're going for "hey guys i'm gonna stuff some nice wheels and low pro tires under here, then a body lift will be fine, especially if you never plan to see the dirt.
I'm not saying its a bad thing, it was my first lift and its still on my truck, but its coming off soon and getting replaced by more suspension lift to get my frame up some more.
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