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Old 10-10-2009
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time for a lift!

Hey guys
im looking to lift my truck somewhere around 4 to 5 inches

im wondering what is the best bang for my buck i can get for a 1998 xlt 4x4 torsion bar
-i already have exploder springs... if that matters

thanks guys your advise will be greatly appreciated
the cheaper the better


This is my truck with the explorer springs and T-Bars cranked

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read the stickies in the suspension tech section
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what's the best for the price? RCD or super lift (with the new drive shaft)?
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Superlift is best for price AND quality IMO.


You want cheap, go bodylift. lol.
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3" bodylift is the cheapest "lift".

Although, in my opinion, 4" Superlift suspension lift is the way to go.
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i can get a pa lift for free at my JY off a F-150 i just need to find the longer bolts
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superlift it is

should i get the driveshaft when i get the lift or just let the stock one ware out first THEN get the superlift one?
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ive had my stock driveshaft on for about 4,000 miles with my superlift kit, and its still good.
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And my stocker took a crap at 4,000....
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so i could hold off for a bit?
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