well first of all, what is your reason for this size of lift? gearing, axle strength, drive shafts strength etc depend on tire size. drive shafts must be replaced due to the added wear from the increased pinion angle when lifting. when aligning after a lift you want a good pinion angle, but you can only get so much due to needed caster. some lifts will or won't include bump stops, which is dependent on tire size and clearance between the top of the tire and the closest contact point as the tire travels up. steering angles such as drag link and track bar need to be addressed, yes i am including track bar in steering. most kits will include a bracket, but this will make your track bar and draglink at opposite angles which can cause some problems, to fix this most go with a drag link flip kit. do not use a drop pit man arm. the best you can do for yourself is read up, find out exactly what you need. don't skimp out on suspension, youll pay for it in the long run
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