I started with the Rough Country and heavily modified it:
http://www.autotrucktoys.com/ford_truck ... 17117.aspx
And because it is hitting the cross member need to do more modification to it.
But if you have access to someone who can weld, TurboStew's setup is the cleanest IMO. Look at the entire thread:
TurboStew also suggested the following bolt on:
Finally, I agree with TurboStew that dual opposing gas pressurized shocks
are better than dual opposing stabilizers because stabilizers have resistance both ways which puts more resistance and thus wear on your steering box. Gas pressurized shocks push against each other, whereby one cancels the resistance of the other, thereby providing less resistance and less wear on your steering box.
I continue to be impressed with Fox Shox. (And BajaSportsmobile is the man on suspensions. That TTB D50 is the *thing*!!!)
However, I like the idea of dual opposing gas pressurized shocks the best. TurboStew used Bilsteins and so did I.
And the dual opposing gas pressurized shocks cured the Death Wobble on my Salem Kroger, which Salem Kroger didn't cure after $3,000 in re-work on the front end, part of it under their warranty.