It is going to cost at least $1200 to do a soa lift. Have some extra leaf springs for later use. Hardest part is the steering,I put on a drop pitman arm and works ok for now,no bump steer,but the turning radius sucks. I have not fully addressed the steering because I need to get a front axle with disc brakes before I spend any money there.
You will have to build or buy a traction bar to eliminate axle wrap. It is not that hard and materials are around $100 bucks. I have a local contact for parts.
Spring perches are cheap maybe$100 for all 4.
You will need a welder.
Haven't found any cons yet, flexes better than I expected.rides great all the way past 80.
If you are close I can help you out.
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