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Re: Whiplash lifts
mlucas3, I have done almost the exact same thing as you (But not with NEW trucks) my last two IFS trucks I put 6" superlifts on (got about 7"), and am debating doing the same to this truck or geting the CST 9" lift .
Another option you would have is to put a Superlift on your truck this will easily give you 7" of lift, and then put a 1" ORD body lift on it, 8" of lift should clear those 37"s with no problem.
I know you said you did not want to do a body lift (And I know what you mean[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/wink.gif[/img])
But a buddy of mine just put a 1" bodylift on to his truck which already had a Rancho lift, And I gotta say it is undetectable you would never know it's there, He didnt even need to move the bumpers.
It would be a hellava lot cheaper [img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/crazy.gif[/img]
And again with people bashing IFS in favor of a D60,
I'm with mlucas3 on this too, I have never had ANY problems with any IFS's trucks and I have had several with 6"-7" lifts, I 4 wheel a lot, go in sand, desert, and rocks to me the only time having a D60 would be better is in a "rock crawling competition", or "ramp competition" , but for normal everyday use I would much prefer IFS for the ride alone.
Ride in a 7" lifted IFS truck and then ride in a 7" lifted solid axle then tell me what you would rather drive everyday.
Scooby Dooby Doo !!!