If he has one or the other no big deal, but couple inches suspension plus couple inches body is getting a bit much, especially since this will be a trail/hunting rig. Better to have more flex and ground clearance than body to tire clearance. Just my 2 cents. Also as an fyi if you get 4in or bigger lift you'll need slip yoke eliminator with new driveshaft and the stock rear axle is only good to about 33 in tire but some people get away with 35s as long as your not heavy footed and don't run a locker. There is a lot of info here if you just do some searches.
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