a straight axle is the best lift yo can get and who said you wouldn't be able to utilize your truck completely as if it were still stock. and a straight axle is stronger easier to work on and has more options on how you can lift itA straight axle is not the best lift kit. I would suggest a Rancho or BDS kit for that truck. You will maintain the ride and will be able to utilize the truck completely as if it were still stock. Talk to your local 4WD shop or call around and see what info you can find. Good luck..
Sure, were actually getting the springs adjusted right now, and i should get the truck back tonight, if so i will measure and let you know tonight.Surfrippa
I saw those pics in the other forum a few weeks back. That is some sharp lookin ride.
I wonder if I could ask a favor of you. Could you tell me what the height is from the ground to the top of the bedrails on that baby. I am concerned that a 6" lift with bigger wheels will have my rig sitting too high and not clear the featherlite goosneck horse trailer.
Sorry but fabtech sucks...they have a recall on their tierods right now as well...I'd go with the 8 inch Fabtech, their lift kits are very well designed. We carry their lifts and install them for good prices
what are you talking about do i have to say a 6 inch straight axle kit for you to understans the topic is LIFT KIT FOR A GMC SIERRA 3500 4x4 DUALLY not what size kit so i just said a staight axle kit does that clear it up for youGoing to a straight axle is not considered lifting the truck. (Although it does lift it a minimum of about 3-4 inches) You will need to buy arched springs to get whatever lift you are after.