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Alignment after lift coils?

BigRed94

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Although this is my first post, i have searched through these forums time and time again and still have a few questions. I want to do a 3-4" shackle lift in the rear and already have those fabricated. In the front I want to do 4" lift coils or 2.5" coils with a 1.5 or 2" coil spacer. Any suggestions on coil brands? And most importantly what kind of alignment issues am I going to have after this?
 


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I don't know what coils to get but the adjustable camber/caster inserts for your alignment would be the best way to go. Then best of luck finding a shop that knows how to align a ttb.

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You cannot do 4" lift without axle drop brackets, the frontend will never align properly.
2" lift is about the max you can go with the stock brackets and offset camber/caster bushings.

I would suggest either Skyjacker or James Duff for a lift, their products are considerably sturdier than most others.
 

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