I didn't take too many pictures yet. I've been pretty busy. Since 8pm Thursday (Midshift) I've only gotten 4 hours of sleep. I will be getting some more pictures though.
I know its dark, but here it is next to a stocker at the dorms.
Disclaimer: I only have 10 miles on this lift at speeds up to but not over 40.
So far it rides way better than the RC lift I had before. The rear is a little bouncy since I have a light *** and these are the heavy duty springs, I don't run a rear seat. It may smooth out in time and mileage.
I need to get some shock shifters for the rear since they are too close to the spring perch. I need to dial in my rear pinion angle. Also, I need to install the Antirock. Currently I have no sway bar although the lean is not bad at all compared to no sway bar with the RC lift (I tried it once to see how it felt).
The Currie steering with Savvy sway bar is tight and the "dead spot" in the center is gone. I have the toe set but I need to center the steering wheel better.
It sits nose high right now. I had .75" spacers in the front to level it out for the RC lift and it still sat *** high. Well now it sits .5" nose high from wheel to flare distance. So, I need to remove the spacers from the front.
I also need to install the longer brake lines I got. They will be fine as long as I don't do any flexing. That shouldn't be a problem since the biggest hill in this part of Kansas is a mole hill.
Looks like I have another days worth of work to bundle it all up. Its drivable now so I'll take care of it next weekend. I drive about 3 miles a day as long as I don't go off base. I'll drive a bare minimum this week to make sure Murphy's Law doesn't affect me. Plus I can always hitch a ride from someone.