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The 1.5BL from zone
The 2" lift kit from zone
The one and a half inch body lift looks like a lot of work. Where the 2 inch lift kit is using different torsion keys and lift blocks which looks way easier than the actual body lift. What are the advantages of doing a one and a half inch body lift instead of the 2 inch lift kit?
 

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Mmm Sandwich
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You know that your stock keys will get you as high as you want. any more than that you don't want those angles anyways. No need to buy special keys to do it.
 

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You know that your stock keys will get you as high as you want. any more than that you don't want those angles anyways. No need to buy special keys to do it.

So the body lift would be the route to go so I don't get bad angles?
 

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Mmm Sandwich
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Depends on what you want to do. I had and body lift and was cranked to level. What are you trying to achieve?
 

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Jus want a taller look, not too much because when I order new tires they won't be much over stock. I almost want it too look like the 2500's or just a tad taller
 

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Crank stock torsion keys and add the body lift
 

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Body lift will keep stock angles and let you fit bigger tires. But you will still have rake

Cranking the tbars and adding the body lift will look good and be what you're looking for height wise
 
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