so i've come to a crossroads in my project, and im not sure what to do. my original plan was to SAS it, using 3" brackets, and 4" springs to get me roughly 7" of lift, add a set of 35s, and it would look decent. no big deal, right? i located a Dana 44 out of a mid 70s K20, and bought one SAS kit. turns out the kit was crap, so i sent it back. now i've got a pair of 4" springs, and another kit on order. however, the kit is 6" with enough meat in it to drop the holes in the front hanger down to 4", leaving me with 8" of lift. while working on my K20 i went over to a co-worker's house to borrow a tool. in his driveway sits a 1979 Dana 60... out of his F350... he told me yesterday that he'd sell it to me for $1000. my original direction was to go with a mild lift, some mild tires, and have a badass daily driver. suddenly, i may just stick with the 10" of lift, add a set of 38s, and have a really badass daily driver, but 38s would require the 60, as i tend to be very hard on equipment. what do you guys think? should i 60 it or not?