This is how you should of started your post. Now we know what you want and your capability'sI like the look and just everything about them. It’s more for a daily driver and hunting and going down to Utah. I want a good set up but I don’t need to be 40k deep. I’m a heavy equipment mechanic and I do almost all of the welding for my company so I have access to a lot of tools and equipment. I was looking to do it myself cuase to me that’s half the fun is building something like that. It’s not fun for me to pay someone to work on my truck. I just wanna know the specs on stuff and why it is that way and what’s the best way. Or even what you need to look for when your deciding how to set it up. And just parts wise what to use I have a lot of questions to figure out before I can start my set up so anything helps! Just trying to soak up some knowledge I know I’m not your typical guy with deep pockets to just throw that kinda money at it right now. I have the tools and the time and equipment just need some know how. But I appreciate the input on the feed !
^^^Almost totally Agreed with [mention]dose [/mention] (Except for the leaf springs***)This is how you should of started your post. Now we know you want and your capability's
lower budget to start out
Have tools and are mechanicly inclined
Willing to do the work yourself
Looking to get into off-roading.
I recommend upper TC arm, stock length so doesn't require fiberglass fenders,
king coilovers front, don't cheap out, shocks are probably the most important thing
King bypass rear, again, Don't cheap out,
swap your load leaf sping for a thin one or mini pack,
wire your elocker to a switch, now you can be 2wd locked
33x10.5 tires, no need to re-gear
this setup will be very capable and you can hit small jumps and whoops, still drive to work and hunt
and you can decide if you want to snowball from there
please don't put on a snorkel or 50" lightbar over the windshield