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Keys to a low truck with high flex?

I am currently rebuilding my truck and i dont want a huge lifted truck. I would like to keep it as low as possible but still have huge flex. I was wandering what the best ways to do this was? Is it just putting the coil buckets as high as you can? and doing a leaf hanger flip? thats the only ideas i have. I doing a sas with a dana 44 in the front and plan on using the 4 in. bronco graveyard super flex coils. i dont have any clue as to what shocks i will use yet. I am open to suggestions. i would like to keep everything as cheap as possible.

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