OK, I just installed a 6 inch Tuff Country (all springs) lift and 35's on my K5 (Pic included). I also installed a 4 inch raised steering arm and other goodies. Question #1: My steering wheel is now upside down when the wheels are pointed straight and the truck now turns sharper to the left than the right. On a previous post, HARRY H3 and I discussed adjusting the drag link to make it longer. How many others out there with a 6" lift and the raised steering arm have had to do this? Is this standard practice? This should get me an equal turning radius to both the left and the right, correct? Question #2: Did any of you guys either buy longer bump stops after lifting or extend the stock stops with a homemade spacer. I'm thinking that I want to drop these down a little to make up for the lift. What has everyone else out there done?