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    Default 91 2wd lift help

    Im going to be getting a 91 chevy s10 2wd, and I want to lift it. Is a leveling kit, 3in spindle and a three inch block a good idea? Any suggestions would be amazing. If you could include prices that'd be great
    Ps looking for a relativly cheap way (don't really wanna body lift but will consider)

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    Seen guys that lift with the spindles and I have never heard anything bad from them.

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    Any ideas on good brand ? I really wanna lift it as soon as I get it

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    Nope can't help you on brand. I have never lifted a 2wd nor asked what brand to do it with. Maybe @Pikey or @tbplus10 might be able to shed some light on this

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    I saw the post, didnt jump in because Ive never messed around with lifts on 2wd s-10/s-15 trucks.
    I will say that when doing lifts I dont recommend combining or mixing lifts as the parts arent normally designed to work together and when they fail its normally a dangerous situation.

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