Yes i would definetly say it was a lot of work.. But you know like i said before i would love to do this kind of stuff all the time have a lifted truck all done at home maybe drop a friends truck who knows i like working on trucks i do ....
Thats what im working on doing for a living. If you got math skills welding skills and some common sense its really not to hard to body drop a baged truck. Just to bag them is easier then doin a SAS. All you really have to do it change the back end a little and cut some **** and make sure everthing fits lol. Thats the short of it really
i used to work at les schwab tires a long time ago and the manager had a lifted chevy diesel on 47x15.5xr26's with lambo doors and an s10 that was slammed with about 6 or 7 inches taken out of the pillars. he used to park the s10 under the diesel!
i agree really from what i have done and what i have seen it is mush harder to build a lifted truck than it is to bag one and keep in mind i mean custom lift not bolt on. as for rico that is my dream i want a ext crew cab exlong bed ranger and under it a lowered ranger. when i park under it i want the two paints to become one like an image or some thing that you would not understand until the two trucks where parked right.