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Once you get beyond 3 inches of lift, we’d strongly suggest a long-arm suspension. Triangulated four-link, double-triangulated four-link, three-link, and so on, there are a lot of them out there. We aren’t going to tell you which is right for you, but in general, we prefer double-triangulated setups. They do a good job of locating the axle side-to-side without the hassle of a track bar. It is really hard to get a dual-triangulated four-link to fit up front though, so either it will be your new full-time job, or you just learn to like the front track bar.