Well if cost is your concern then you should do coilovers. Way easier to install and cheaper if you pay a shop. Most shops charge 800-1000 to install a 4 inch lift because then have to cut into the frame and it's just more complex. I'm guessing a shopwould only charge 250 to install coilovers. Performance wise, I like coilovers.Really leaning towards the 4" just because the coilovers are up there price wise and I can shell out the extra cash to have a complete system.... turbotim, do you see any advantages/disadvantages going that route as opposed to your coilover set up?
Raptor Swap W/ upgrades:
- RPG HD leaf springs
- Dirt King cantilever shackles
- SDHQ frame bracing (rear)
- Custom frame bracing (front)
- Total Chaos UCA
- 37" Mickey Thompson ATZ p3
- 20" Method Standards.
Hitting whoops at 80 or going off a big jump VIDEO or I don't believe it even has those mods.I love in South Louisiana... We have flat land and water, that is all. Lol
I built it for running back roads during hunting season, and it does that very well at high speeds.