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Just wanted to say hello... I've got a 94 Mazda B4000 that I will hopefully (budget permitting) be lifting soon. I'm hoping to get some info on lift options... And maybe some power upgrades too. ;D

 

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Welcome

I have never seen a mazda look that good

Bodylift will be your cheapest route costing less than 300 dollars depending on what year truck you have
 

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That is one great looking Mazda!!! Love the tires on it! Welcome!
 

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Dyllan said:
Actually you might be able to lift even cheeper if it is 2x4.
Welcome to the site.
Isnt a 2x4 a piece of wood? ;D J/k Dyllan!

That is a great looking Mazda! I agree with Olfordtruck, great tire choice!

Welcome to the site!
 

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rngrdanny22 said:
Dyllan said:
Actually you might be able to lift even cheeper if it is 2x4.
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Isnt a 2x4 a piece of wood? ;D J/k Dyllan!
Hey! its not wood! its cast steel thank you very much! haha. Just go find a edge and get those 2 inch blocks, new edge shocks and crank the front if you have the t-bars!

Wood... ha... lol
 
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Thank you for all of the compliments!

I have been trying to figure out which route would be better to take... A 6" class II Skyjacker kit or a D30 long-arm conversion. I know the D30 isnt the strongest axle available but it is relatively inexpensive, parts are plentiful, 5 on 4.5 bolt pattern and are very easy to find.

I already have a 2" body lift that I have not installed. I would like to have a solid plan before I commit to installing anything.

I know that I should post this in another category, but I wanted to let you know where I am coming from.

I really like the site so far! Thank you all for being here for us!
 

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An SAS would be a definite plus! The skyjacker kit is also great and very easy to install.
 

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Yeah, but if he's not doing any serious offroading, I think the Skyjacker kit will be perfect!

Easier to install and the ride quality will be much better
 
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Thank you for all of the input and support!

My truck is mostly a pavement princess but I will occassionally run through a mudhole or two, and on the rare occasion that we actually get snow here, I will play in that too. I don't need a tank, but I also don't want to be fixxing it every other weekend either.

I do have a question about my front drivetrain that I will post in the 4x4 section.
 

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mine stays on the pavement for the most part too... rarely does she go through mud but she loves water, ice, or anything rough and clean... lol. she better enjoy it while the edge 2 inch lift is still on her!
 

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i was thinkin that but i did it anyways... lol.
 
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