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IMO ball joints from the factory suckkkkk!!! Overall lol MOOG FTW!
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yes stock cv's dont like high angles which is why i say dont crank tbars all the way, I know nobody will listen and just do it anyway :p, when i first got mine people said "just dont crank the bars" but i did it anyway and now I have thousands of $$ into a setup that can actually handle it.

if your not down to spend the huge amount of money to go SAS or my route I would stick to the 33's like ive been saying because you WILL either end up selling your truck or doing the swap anyway
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if your not down to spend the huge amount of money to go SAS or my route
do you have beefed up susp in front?
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Scratch that.. Just saw your build thread... Holy fu#kin sh#t!!!! You the man!!
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im confused. if i do a 4in superlift.....why do i have to get AAl in the rear to even it out? when doing a suspension lift alone, its uneven?
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superlift kit comes with a lift block in the rear but an AAL is better. you do not need the aal though

-aal will have a slightly stiffer ride with more payload
-superlift 3" block will keep factory ride quality but more axle wrap
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im confused. if i do a 4in superlift.....why do i have to get AAl in the rear to even it out? when doing a suspension lift alone, its uneven?
Superlift wants you to stack their 3" block on top of the factory 2.5" block. They even include super long 7/16" U-bolts. It's kind of a sketch way to lift.

The smarter alternative for that additional 3" lift would be a short AAL (approx 1.5" lift) and Belltech 6400 shackle (approx 1.5" lift). That was my setup from the get-go after the front Superlift install.
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