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best one?

ok i dont post here much just skim around usually...but i should be gettin my truck back from the shop soon n i always see people talkin bout the rcd n superlift sl..but are there any other options that are good?

like ive been looking at rancho,pro-comp,fabtech...are any of those any good?

cuz i wanna put 35's on my edge with little or no rub..

n ill prob be throwin on a bl with it also...so if any one can give me details on those lifts it would be appreciated...
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RCD gets rid of your torsion bars for coilovers (pretty nice for ride quality and clearence). Superlift just drops the torsion bars down. RCD is nicer imo but you pay for it. I'm set up with the superlift and a 3" bl runnin 35's. I had to do a little fender trimming on the back bottom of the fender wells, nothing major but it rubbed at full flex otherwise.
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im not to worried about the flexxing issue cuz i dont go on anything that extreme....just mostly for mudding nd the looks...

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