Up front, no. Out back, yes. You will still be ass up if you didn't know (like 2"). Best quality would be CST spindle. You can also get a Fabtech spindle if you would like to keep you stock wheels and Rough Country makes some spindles as well. CST and Rough Country require aftermarket wheels or factory wheels with a small spacer.
rough country and fabtech both allow stock wheels, i have the fabtech 3" spindle and my truck is like an 1" or a little more higher up front than the back. your gonna need new shocks out back and did you already get new shocks up front?
no still running stock shocks. I know right now i can fit 285/70/17 how much bigger could i fit if i did the spindle lift. Right now im considering if i dont do the lift to go with 265's on 17's just to save on gas.
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