Body lift is easy to do, suspension is much harder. I would put on which ever lift is larger first. Check your brakes, cables, tubing, etc and make sure they reach and see if they will reach with the next lift. You will probably have to do some alterations between lifts. Nothing dificult though. You may want to do the suspension first and let it settle for a few days before you do the body as well.
if you are for sure gonna do both, i would think that the body lift would be easier to put on without the suspension lift on. if you are still deciding about the bodylift, definately go with the suspension first, then body later if you want it.
Don't pay 750 for the body lift. TOOOOO MUCH. Do it yourself. Body lifts are honestly very straight forward if you follow the instructions. Suspension lift is a different story. 750 is too high for around here but may be fine where you are?
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