Why I said at least, give me a sawzall and ill make 36x14.50s fit on 10" but you may not like it :anitoof:Sevenfold said:No, to clear 36's on a 2wd you will need more like 12" of lift or more. They sit a lot lower than 4x4s.
Here is a nice 2wd, 7" Fabtech + a 3" bodylift on 35s...
A bodylift places 2 or 3" spacers between the frame and body of the vehicle, it gives it more wheel well clearence etc... It does NOT increase ground clearence because the frame and suspension remain in teh stock location. It does however allow you ro run bigger tires, which therefor do give you a small amount more ground clearence. Its basically a cheap option for 3" of lift. (cheap as in about $300 in parts)Tempero said:What is involved in a "body lift"
ride quality can go either way depending on what kinda shox you run. i would recommend going with some bilstein 5100's.....you will definetly like the rideTempero said:Give me some idea on prices here... How is the ride quality affected? Better/Worse?