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Old 10-31-2008, 12:26 PM   #1 (permalink)
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2wd. dually lift

im wanting to lift my 06 3500 2wd dually does anyone know of any 6 to 9" kits for a 2wd?
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Old 10-31-2008, 07:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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CST makes a kit for the 3rd gen 2wd.
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Old 10-31-2008, 07:15 PM   #3 (permalink)
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im wanting to lift my 06 3500 2wd dually does anyone know of any 6 to 9" kits for a 2wd?
No offense, just wonderin why you want to lift a 2wd?
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No offense, just wonderin why you want to lift a 2wd?
so just because its 2wd, it should stay at the stock ride height?
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Well IMO a lifted 2wd truck looks bare underneath without a front diff. my buddy lifted his 2wd duramax. but hey everyone has their own likes and dislikes. i found a 2" and 4" kit but notthing a big as you wanna go. I will keep looking for ya. What size tires do you have in mind for running?
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Well IMO a lifted 2wd truck looks bare underneath without a front diff. my buddy lifted his 2wd duramax. but hey everyone has their own likes and dislikes. i found a 2" and 4" kit but notthing a big as you wanna go. I will keep looking for ya. What size tires do you have in mind for running?
well you gotta make due with what you have sometimes. Id love to sell my truck for a 4wd but 1. Id never get what I have in it and 2. the chance of me finding another 2nd gen in as good of shape as mine is slim. I have a leveling kit but I'd like it to be higher. Ive been toying around with the idea of fabbing up a 2wd lift, basically like fabtech's 1/2 ton kit but longer UCA's instead of lift spindles ($$$$ to get some custom ones made I am sure), and my 2nd option is to find a D60 and make my own 4 link setup for it. it would be cheaper to make a 2wd lift but the D60 is better in the long run. decisions decisions!
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Im not knocking the idea bud. More power to ya. I will keep my eyes peeled for the lift. Keep in mind a guy on the forum is selling a front Dana 60. just cant remeber his name. I just read it 1 hour ago. Good luck pal.
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hahahahahaha not tryin to be an a$$ but thats really not going to happen,it will just be a poser 4wd,my .02 cents
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so just because its 2wd, it should stay at the stock ride height?
Yes sir, that is what im tryin to say. Just my opinion tho.
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Well IMO a lifted 2wd truck looks bare underneath without a front diff.
That is one of the reasons i dont like them, but the other is, if you want a truck that looks like a 4x4, then just get a 4x4.......
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dont waste your time, with the CST lift kit you can only fit 33's under your truck.
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You morons act like only a 4x4 benefits from more ground clearance. Not everything is about looks.....
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You morons act like only a 4x4 benefits from more ground clearance. Not everything is about looks.....
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U know some people can't jus go get a new truck like the fella said. U gota make due with what u got.. So let's stop bashing him n helpem instead... Besides Half tha 4x4s I see theses days never see mud that's a poser in my book..
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