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lift kit options for 2wd

is there any way to raise 2wd edges besides getting spindle lift aals and a bl? are there any other ways i can get a few more inches out of my truck?
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t-bar crank, will lift the front... other then what was stated above, i dont think so...
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Bigger tires and tbar cranks is all. Why dont you want a spindle lift?
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get a few more inches? try enzyte.... wait no... thats not for trucks... my bad
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is there any way to raise 2wd edges besides getting spindle lift aals and a bl? are there any other ways i can get a few more inches out of my truck?
no
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there are air bags... coil overs.. fork lifts...
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get a few more inches? try enzyte.... wait no... thats not for trucks... my bad


LOL nice one

i dont mean that i dont want spindles, i just mean i already have them, and the body lift
im planning on cranking my torsion bars as soon as i get one of the rounded bolt out on drivers side
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can someone explain to me the coil overs and how they work and maybe point me to site that shows how to replace the torsion bars with hem?
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coilovers=mucho $$$
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coil over setup.... unless you go custom you have RCD... but thats for 4x4 i think??

spindles, t-bar crank, are pretty much if for the front for a 2wd... the rear. AAL, shakle, leaf springs, blocks.... and then a body lift.. if you want more room for tires. you could look into fiberglass fenders and bedsides.. but then youhave to add in the cost of paint and crap
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kk tnx alot
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