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gotta bump this thread back to the top, suspension lift is the way to go and the great debate continues.

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I would do a suspension lift. Body lifts dont give you ANY more ground clearance. Only bigger tires and suspension lifts will. Mostly its in the tires tho. That you need a body lift to clear... giant catch 22.

I just didn't like being able to see the frame under the truck. So I went with suspension.
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Do both and have a double lifted truck
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Interesting, I have always thought about this, could it be done on a 4x2? And what is the goods/bass of doing it this way? U have any pics ?

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Ok have read all thanks for all the info think I am going to go with the body lift. Don't do trail other than the occasional fire trail for the rare deer that I am to lazy to drag. Do have another question though as I am cheap. and the a fore mentioned lazy I have the 96 XLT 3.0L with manual transmission what is the biggest tire I can go with out changing gearing. Just want to make it look better with out going all crazy.
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thanks, Also how long should I allot for a body lift installation.
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2,4, all day depends on ur xp and if u have help,
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