Obviously the first link is cheaper and less lift, but still a great upgrade. However you decide to go, I would 10000% recommend Greg and Jen at PRG. If you have any more questions just call them and tell them your budget, they'll do the rest.
They gave me excellent customer service both times I've boughten from them, and didn't charge me shipping to Canada, and that really says something. PS, I'm not payed by PRG to say this (however I wouldn't be mad if they threw a 6" non diff-drop lift my way).
so the 2 or the 3" spacers are the only thing really for the 4wd. How will these do on performance i don't need anything for extreme off road but something that i can still go play in the mud and tackle some trails. Does putting a lift on void any of the warrantys on the truck? Isn't Greg over here in cali somewhere.
accually i didnt even notice it until i felt the rubber start giving away, by then the tire was already slowing me down so i was like WTF????, and said screw it, i better check to see what was going on... As soon as i got off into the shoulder, and got out of the truck, i saw the tire. the truck handled amasingly better then what i thought it would do, No fishtailing, or anything hell it was easy as pie to get safely over to the shoulder.... i still dont have enough cash to get new shoes, so im gonna go out and see what kind of deal i can get for a tire lol
and to tell you the truth, with haveing such a light rear end i thought i would be fishtailing all over the place so... with it not fishtailing im happy lol ill post pictures of the tire as soon as i get a chance.