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standard: no heim joints at either end of the control arms

single flex: single heim joint at the end of the control arms

double flex: heim joints at both ends of the control arms

stage I: single shock set-up in front

stage II: dual shock set-up in front
 

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Class 2 has double front shocks and lower link skid plates Class 1 does not. Unless you crawl rocks or plan on going to
Moab get the standard and opt for the new rear spring option (they flex better than add-a-leafs). Spend the left over cheese on some gears, I think they are more important than the lift itself (almost)
 

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Kit Vs. System. The kit uses lift blocks and or add-a-leafs.

The system replaces the rear springs with new one's.
 

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I got the class II system installed on my truck early last week and so far I love it. Not too rough for the street. Actually rides almost the same as stock.
 

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I never did understand what the point was of having a Heim joint at each end of the control arms, I do not believe the double flex will flex any better than the single flex, I do believe both flex series kits do flex better than the stardard kit though. I have the stardard arms no heim joints and my beast doesnt flex worth a crap, but I dont crawl on rocks so that is fine with me.
 

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Hey biginuf I'm sure you have noticed, but your rear leafs are 3 inches wide and stacked pretty thick. If you were three inches wide you wouldn't want to flex either!
lol!
 
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