I have a 97 chevy s10 pickup V6 and want to put a lift on it with new tires. The problem is that I have no idea what to do, how to do and where to do it. I am new to this and I'd like to hear some advice. Any pointers and suggestions would be awesome. Thank you. Well, I have the answer here. SITUATIONS lift kit on his or truck is a very detailed and extensive installation. Most kits come with very good instructions. However, this rapid view is any elevation of 4 or more in. And a lot of truck requires 3 inches across the front suspension can be removed and the front axle and a new bottom bracket will be installed between the fram and parties withdrew really big lifts also require you to add new parts also lower geomitry direction to maintain the same or as close to it as possible. The back can be a little simpler in the fact that you simply deal with the leaf springs but no bolts leaf spring can be a real big pain to get UOT espesally if tap into the sleeve inside the witch cap have a tendency to do espesally on an old vehicle. Now this is by no means a reason for not doing the work yourself. By all means go for it. With a little help you'll be fine. A normal system can have a good weekend to do unless you have done a lott of them. The best place to make an elevator is a place that has an elevator. But if that is'nt avalible then any driveway or garage work with a floor jack and jackstands any safty first. My congratulations to you for wanting to do their own work. Go for it and good luck if you need advice or have any problems please email me. I'll walk you through it.
This video shows the features and benefits as well as the brief look at the steps needed to install the ReadyLIFT Off Road Suspension Stage March 5 cm. .