Re: 3\'\' body lift question
Rather Easy install. Some folks remove the tires to do it. I've done it both ways, no preference one way or the other. Definitely have a couple people to help with the front bumper realignment because it can be a pain with 2 guys...trust me, mine is still a little off. I found that while doing the 1st side, leave the other side loosened but not unbolted. If you drop the bolts on both sides the whole thing can shift when lifting. A buddy of mine dropped all the bed bolts and went lifting on the bed and it slid over. It was a slight pain to get it all lined back up! I also found it easier to cut the rubber hose line right in the middle and not with the bend like my instructions said. The middle just gave a little better room to get your extension in and have room for your hands to work.
- Rick -
98' GMC X-Cab Z-71 w/ 2" Body Lift, 33 x 12.50 BFG MT's on 15 x 8 Eagle 054 Gambler Rims, Custom Alpine/JL Audio System w/ two 10" W6 subs.