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Old 04-16-2018, 10:49 AM
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Does anyone know where to get a lift kit for the 1st gens? Specifically like a 6" for a 94. Rough Country (and pretty much everybody else) says theirs won't fit.
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Lefet, all I could dig up was a 2.5" kit from RC.

https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-susp...SABEgIAzfD_BwE

You'll probably end up fabbing, or "Frankensteining", something together...parts from this maybe;

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevy-S10-P...4383.l4275.c10
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Lefet, all I could dig up was a 2.5" kit from RC.

https://www.roughcountry.com/gm-susp...SABEgIAzfD_BwE

You'll probably end up fabbing, or "Frankensteining", something together...parts from this maybe;

https://www.ebay.com/itm/Chevy-S10-P...4383.l4275.c10
Thanks N.Jensen, I did see the 2.5 lift from RC. Just wanted to go a little bigger. Thanks for the other one too, never saw that one. I'd have to find someone who had some skills to help me out. I don't think I've ever even touched a welder, so fabricating isn't in my repertoire.
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Thanks guys, yes, i might be the spring thats saggy, previous owner has been hauling a horsebox alot...
I was thinking even longer shackles, but maybe they get much stress if you go seriously off road.? And another bonus if i axle flip, is that i get rid of the damper brackets and u-bolt ends pointing downwards and like to stick on tree stumps😲
Today i tried a little cheat at the rearend problem, i flipped the bottom leaf in the stack. On my car it was turned 'sad face' like an auxillary helper spring, so it made it 'smiley', and really, i got about half an inch more height!. Not much, but free 😊
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