Ok so yea I used to be a paid member here but after I sold my K5 I quite coming here. Well I'm interested in building a rig and after having many jeeps and yotas I want another fullsize rig. I'm looking at either picking up a Pickup or Blazer and building it. I'll be using a 454 w/ a SM465 and NP205 twin-sticked. My really only requirements for the truck are being able to do some light-to-moderate rock crawling, deep sippy holes, mud bogs, and anything in between. My local "4-Wheelin Location) is Badlands over in Attica. I've been everywhere in there and done basically every obstacle. The truck is gona end up with around 6"-8" total lift and run 44" Cut Boggers in rear w/ 44" Grooved TSLs up front, all mounted on beadlocks. I'm just not sure on how the best way to accomplish the lift and aquire the best flexability and durability. I'll be running a D60 up front w/ crossover full hydro, 35 spline inners/outers, drive flanges, & 5.13s w/ Detroit. The rear will be a 14BFF w/ 5.13s, Detroit, Disc Brakes, & 1410 pinion yoke. Then the rest of the stuff is your basic traily ready crap. Fuel cell, OBA, winch(s?). I've wheeled for nearly 8 years now and and like to do the moderate-to-hard stuff with the occasional extreme stuff. Also, body damage is not a concern for me. So am I on the right track for building a capable rig? Also, let me know what kind of tips you can give me for the suspension.