Join Date: Feb 2015
Location: Twin falls idaho
I just finished the same lift last week in my driveway, super simple install. The rear was quick, I took the extra time to notch the gas tank skid to allow for more drop. The front took more time due to the limited space to work in when putting the spacers in. Just a tip, instead of removing the struts i put a 1\2 inch plate on the top of the strut so I wouldn't have to cut the studs plus it gives just a little extra room for tires. I also put 265/70/17 tires on. Another tip I don't know if u plan on new wheels or the spacer route but if you have the coin I put new wheels on mine 17x9 with a -12 offset. Totally cleared everything plus it gave it the bad ass wide stance. I did have to remove the pinch wield and move the rear air and heat lines further in the wheel well but all that was an easy mod. I suggest doing as many little things while you have everything apart to save from doing them later down the road. I did the whole thing myself in my driveway in 8hrs if you take your time it's pretty simple and a hell of a lot of fun. Totally worth it.