really stupid idea..

Discussion in 'Suspension Tech' started by scott5640, Aug 10, 2012.

  1. scott5640

    scott5640 EdgeRunner

    before i get started, i am not on drugs and i was not dropped on my head as a child

    anyway...with the 2wd edges, i know most do the double lift- spindles and body lift....but if you do have money to blow on your truck, would it be such a thing as a triple lift? taking a 4x4 superlift suspension and adding it to the double lift have a 4" super lift, 3" spindle, and a 3" body lift....

    you may begin bashing me for the idea....
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  3. Hooligan

    Hooligan Rangerholic!!

    You over think sometimes dude lol
  4. OP

    scott5640 EdgeRunner

    hey im bored in a town with nothing but old people....
  5. ob269

    ob269 New Member

    If it were possibe that's pretty ****ing cool, triple lifted!
  6. OP

    scott5640 EdgeRunner

    its possibly, with 2800 for all the lifts together
  7. 2004xlmiller

    2004xlmiller Member

    it wouldnt work. the upper arms would be at the wrong angle with the superlift drop brackets. thats why superlift uses their own sift spindle type thing.
  8. edgeman4.0

    edgeman4.0 2nd amendment activist

    Just solid axle.
  9. 2004xlmiller

    2004xlmiller Member

  10. Fx4wannabe01

    Fx4wannabe01 New Member


    OP... it wouldn't be possible with the parts you list. Superlift uses new taller knuckles that take into account the new location of the LCA's.

    HOWEVER, it is possible to have a 3" BL, 4" Superlift, AND a Dixon Bro's Racing Long Travel and have it all work. The DBR Kit uses the stock knuckles. Theoretically it will work, you'd still have 4x4, and I know of only one who has done the DBR + Superlift and he's over on RF.

    Also, it's a sketch way and they haven't made the kit in a long long long time(like 10 years), but the Trailmaster 4" kit for 98+ 4x4's use a ball joint spacer instead of giving you a new knuckle. Theoretically you could use that spacer with a 2wd lift spindle, and accomplish the asinine idea of yours. For a truck. You no longer own. Because you got tired of fixing it...when you beat the piss out of it. And didn't maintain. lol.
  11. OP

    scott5640 EdgeRunner

    have you opened your eyes and see i have a 2wd i plan on lifting? i know i cant do spindles on a 4x4 so id do it to this truck...

    and nice to see you postin

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