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Old 04-22-2010, 03:58 PM
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Yes the rear springs are a piece of cake but if you are doing the shocks also read up and be sure you are prepared for those.

I second Axle Ike's posting on having the fronts pre-built so to speak. A wall mounted compression device is the cats meow for that setup...

I am running 881s and 890s myself and that is a good all around choice for lift without going massive on the rake and still able to fit in a standard garage. I also have some large wood blocks that assist with the reach necessary for jack support.

The Hi-Lift fits nicely in the receiver hitch out back but get it supported quickly-I can't recommend leaving the vehicle so precariously balanced for any real length of time.
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