Re: Installing a 4/6
I drive my 4/6 daily and have no problems. One thing you must remember though, you are driving a lowered truck. My kit is from djm and uses control arms up front and a flip kit in the rear. With it keeping the stock springs, the ride remained very close to stock. Since you don't change the springs, the shocks will be the determining factor in the ride quality.
I had never done any type of suspension work before and decided I would tackle it myself after hearing some of the estimates around my area. Before I even begain, I read up on some installation articles and asked as many questions as I could. Check around some of the sites, belltech, djm, etc and read some of the articles about installation to get an idea of what you are getting involved with.
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