Originally Posted by marret
Since you are in SOCAL, you have several options. Weldtec Designs can do the lift or sell you the components, and they have a shop they use for alignment. I'd assume Agile Offroad could do it as well.
Hey thanks for the response! - I chatted with the guys at Weldtec in depth and they are good dudes, no doubt. They also make high end equipment that I cannot afford and they actually no longer offer the leveling kit. Their subsequent lift and tires/wheel combo was nearly $5k out the door for my van.
"@Chase, let us know which size of tires you are looking for.
If you targeting 265/75/16 then you might not need any lift if your coils are not sagged.
Looking for a maximum of 1 5/8" of front lift would need longer springs not necessarily stronger. Stonger once will harshen the ride.
For you rig the Moog CC880s would be instead of the CC880. They are much stronger.
Alignment after lift is allway needed independant which kind of lift you are doing."
@martinli Thank you also for responding here! I have kind of narrowed the list down to these items if I can get away with it:
-2” level kit https://fordpartsone.com/products/e2...10590310662259
-longer front shocks to accommodate the lift https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...KIKX0DER&psc=1
-steering stabilizer to eliminate or help with the "floating" sensation https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...KIKX0DER&psc=1