Originally Posted by markc522
so when you want to go bigger you can add spacers.
I agree! I also used spacers to level out my lift...in my opinion, spacers are a good way of adding to/correcting an existing lift. Besides, springs are a better investment and only cost a little more.
2006 [COLOR=Yellow]Solar YELLOW[/COLOR] UNLIMITED-6-Speed
-Rusty's 2" spring kit w/Skyjacker Hydro 7000 shocks, 1" coil spacers up front and 3/4" coil spacers in rear, 32" BFG AT KO's on Ravines
-Spidertrax 1.25" wheel spacers, Clear Turn Signals and Markers, Custom Front Bumper Hoop with upgraded hooks, Delta 50 Flowmaster, Code Alarm CA-670 Paging-Alarm with Motion Detector, K&N FIPK, JKS Discos, Procomp LCAs, Airaid TBS, Tuffy 055 rear section sub console, 4-Hella 500's, Fumoto Oil Drain Valve, Olympic Reverse-a-bars, Delta Headlight kit with black bezels, Edge Trail Jammer kit, Smittybilt Classic Tire Carrier, WARN Oil Skid, Skid Row steering skid, JKS adj. rear track bar, RC front adj. track bar.