Agree with above, experience has shown that to do a "proper" lift (one that retains reasonable riding characteristics on and off road) will require an investment of about $1k per inch of lift, so to do it right the first time, figure
on 3 to 4 thousand...if I were you, I would research this a bit before spending and wasting your hard earned money. Also, why 3.5 inches - unless those tires you want are 37s and then you need a lot more than lift, like new gears, etc. Just sayin'
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