- Aug 18, 2007
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I've gone up and down in lift height and I'm happy with the 3.5" I have now. However had i known that is what I was going to be running I would have put beefed stock pivot brackets on and cut and turned the beams. I still could but since I've added so much more material to the beams in the area I want to cut it's just not worth it. Easier and cleaner to just plate and truss my spare beams. Besides the 4" pivot on the lift brackets is too much for 3.5" lift height.Huh? What happened?
Edit, I forgot, I guess you're getting into the "prerunner" thing now?
Not really into the prerunner thing 100% as we just don't have that type of terrain around here. For one since this is a DD I wanted to have the best of both worlds a flexy suspension that can handle the rough trails and one that would behave well on the street. Surprising some of the things you can learn from the Desert guys.