If I go fox all around with the cogito UCA, what key should I go with or does it really matter? I want to add a one inch spacer in the rear to bring it up a tad but I run timbres in the rear which sit about 2 inches off my axle when empty and I do not want that to increase. Anyone do this with timbrens>?
You will want a kit with new keys, UCA's and a front diff lowering kit.
I had the Zone 3" kit, it came with Fox shocks, zone UCA's, front diff lowering and and 2" rear blocks. I had it set for 2" in the front and it rode great!
It wasn't high enough for me and if you try to crank more than 2" on any leveling kit it starts to ride bad, I ended up pulling it and installing a BDS 4.5 lift with Fox shocks. My lift set at 4" doesn't ride anywhere near as comfortable as the level did.
But I like the look of the lift and already sold the zone level so it's here to stay. If you don't use a front dff lowering kit your CV angles will be bad and wear out a lot quicker.
Here is a pic of mine when it was stock, leveled (2" front and rear" and now with the lift (4" front 2" rear).
Wow very interesting the level with keys rides better than the 4.5 bds lift. Thanks for the input I am going to go the way you did initially with the keys and UCA's-drop kit. How do y'all feel about the fox 2.0's is that pretty much the best shock for the money? I priced the shocks out and the full set of fox 2.0 vs billstien 5100's is only like 200 more or so....