AFAIK, as you aren't going to break anything. You just have to watch it and make sure that you're not too close to the droop bump stop. I cranked mine about 1.5 inches, now I've got about 15 inches from the rim to the fender and it rides fine, really leveled it out alot. In the near future I'm going to be getting some low profile bump stops for a little more droop along with Rogers diff drop kit. If you're really concerned about it, get some 1.5 inch ball joint spacers here, they'll give you a 1.5 inch lift and allow you to keep your t-bars at the stock preload, or you can even crank them some more to get even more lift. I would, but my frame is FUBARed from the PO, so a SAS is the only thing that's gonna make my truck happy
-------------------- -1986 TOYOTA
ZUK coil rear
Marlin HD clutch
Newly rebuilt!! Runnin' like a champ!
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