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Ok I have an 07 crewcab long box. It has a levelling kit and a 3" body. I'm taking off both and want to go with a 6" suspension lift. But I don't know which brand to even start looking at.
Plus what is the difference between a long arm lift and a suspension lift.
And for the guys that have 6" lifts. What size tire u guys running. 35s, 36s, or 37s?
Thanks Mike
 

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Anyone have any input?
 

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What are you wanting out of your suspension are you a mall cruiser are you gonna wheel your truck or is a tow rig? Do you simply want the elevation?
 

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Well I want the elevation Haha. I just do some lite wheelin and some lite towing.
 

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At the 6" level, I certainly prefer a long arm over a short arm system for sure. The ride quality will be better, the handling will be better and the off-road ability will be much improved over a short arm system. A big part of it is your budget.

On the 07's with 6", 37's can be a little tight with an offset wheel, 35's typically look a little small. 36's would fit nice, but the selection does not seem to be all that great!

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Thanks for the input
 
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