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Looking at the lift kits on indy4x and I'm wondering what are the pros and cons of both the traditional lift and the sas lift they offer. Which one is easier etc and what my other options are
 

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Cranking your front torsion bar bolts combined with an extended rear shackle and/or add-a-leaf is all you need. Can easily be done in a day with basic hand tools. Longer rear shocks recommended.

SAS is gonna cost you multiple thousands of dollars and require a high level of fabrication and welding skill. You're basically redesigning the entire front suspension and steering.
 

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Yeah you're limited to 3" with a suspension lift but if you're craving more you could do a body lift on top of that. And yeah the stock torsion bar is fine.

I think you're underestimating how hard a solid axle swap is. It's not really something you casually do just to get more lift
 

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I'd just crank the torsion bars and put longer shackles/blocks on the rear leafs.
 
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