Originally Posted by RangerJustin
You do not get anymore travel with the spindles. Yea you could upgrade to new shocks and get a better ride, but you are not going to blow out your stock shocks due to the lift as the spindle is the same as stock, its just the snout is moved 3" lower on the spindle. However the rear you will want longer shocks if you lift it.
Ahhh, yeah I understand that. I just wasn't sure if you were saying that there is no benefit to aftermarket shocks if you weren't changing how much they flex.
What if you only wanted 2" of lift and turned your torsions down 1" after the spindle lift. That would soften up the ride a bit and give you some more articulation and travel.
I dont think I will do this (higher is better) but I am intrigued as to what results that would yield. Perhaps some of you suspension gurus can fill me in.