I couldn't find the trail boss part #, i did see that all the 3.5 inch lifts and under say requires no diff drop. Maybe these trucks differ alot from the previous style. I seen those trucks say diff drop included alot.
You sure the cv is the typical angle as the older style b4 this...? They dont look steep at all. I know the control arms are 100 %better. When u look up 3 inch they look steeper on thos truck...I can't be sure tho as I never owned one.
The only catch would be down travel and how much more they go down.
Thanks for the info, I did read many good reviews on bds. I really tho dont want the truck any bigger than a 3 inch. Although not a bad idea, 4 inch isn't much more. All those lifts have all drop down brackets, knuckles, uca's. In the near future I'll be looking at coilover setups since no one makes longer struts yet except for 2 inch.
Ended up taking advantage of the black friday sales and bought what I thought would work pretty well.
I picked up the icon dynamics stage one 1-3.5 coilover set with 2.0 rear shocks, a pair of rough country forged control arms.( I know rough country) and a motofab rear 1 inch block kit. Hopefully the forged arms will work fine and the ball joints will be good. When I looked it was all 7-800.00 plus for arms that stock wheels dont fit doesnt work for me.
I'll see about a small diff drop so I can set this at 3 inches, if needed I'll get trail boss cvs. There isn't much on diff drops yet for these trucks that I can find
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