steering question 3.5\" lift ive got a '91 k5 with 2.5" suspension lift and 33's..... ive got a 14 bolt i need to finish and install, and i'm going to convert the front 10 bolt to 8 lug. i want to run 35x12.50-15 BFG M/T's on new 8 lug 15x10 steel wheels. i don't mind trimming a little, but, i don't want to hack a whole lot, and i want to be able to flex without hitting the fenders. my ass end is also sitting about 1/2" lower than the front. so, i was thinking about getting some 1" zero rates to put up front, and 4" blocks out back. that'll bring the front end up 1" and the back 1.5". my question is mainly about steering. i'm going to pull my shocks off to see if they will be long enough, and my brake lines are extended stainless lines, so i think they'll be ok. my steering is stock right now. i do have an extra raised steering arm, but i'm not sure how high. what should i do to my steering with 3.5" lift? would an offset draglink work? or a drop pitman arm? or should i try to use my raised steering arm? i think it might be for a 6" lift, it looks quite a bit taller than the stock arm. my draglink grease boots are ripped, and i need to replace them anyways. my steering has also been pulling to the right under suspension compression and decompression after i installed the ORD weld in patch and bolt in brace. thanks. chris p.s. i'm not wasteing money on crossover on the 10 bolt. crossover will come when i can afford a D60.