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HELP!! 4" SUSPENSION HELP!

Hey community
soo i have an 2006 mazda b4000 4x4 and im looking to lift it with a 4" lift on 33's.
questions i have are what lift should i get? what else do i need to get or buy to complete the lift after buying the kit? what size rim and tire would work? mostly wondering it i can but a 10" wide rim on a 4" lift with 33s. (how wide of tire) i would love to see some pictures of your rigs with the similar setups, mostly trying to get away from doing a body lift with this.

Thanks boys and girls!
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All you can really do is a superlift in the front, which is big bucks. Body lift is the way to go on a 4x4 if you just want to run 33s, but to each their own, other than body your options are very slim.
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All you can really do is a superlift in the front, which is big bucks. Body lift is the way to go on a 4x4 if you just want to run 33s, but to each their own, other than body your options are very slim.
hey man! if i do the super lift up front i have to so 4 inch leafs in the back? what are you running atm?
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Its all in my signature and build thread. I'm only 2wd though, so I could cheat and use spindles up front.
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Superlift comes with lift blocks for the rear. If you already have lift blocks (I'm assuming you do since you are 4x4), then you will be stacking blocks which is NOT a good idea. You could look into explorer leafs and belltech 6400 shackles for the rear. Also.. you will need a superlift front driveshaft to replace your stock one eventually. Much cheaper to get a body lift. Also.. you can get 10" rims with a 33x12.5 tire. Just beware of the backspacing of the rim so you don't rub.. do some searching on here.. there is a ton of info on all of this.
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OMG help, I don't know where the search function is!


But seriously, Ryan is giving you some good advice. I say get a body lift, but if you're adamant about not having one, do what he's suggesting.
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Unless you can find a good deal on a used superlift, you should probably just get a body lift. IMO a new superlift is way over priced. And plus, you'll more than likely need to get a new front driveshaft with the superlift since the stock one will not last too long with that driveline angle.
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