I consider myself a somewhat car savy guy. I have rebuilt a few engines and even restored a few old cars. Unfortunately I know very little about lifting a vehicle and sometimes knowing a little is worse than knowing nothing at all. BTW - I would like to install this lift on my 80 Series Land Cruiser. I think there are 3 different kinds of lifts (maybe more - don't know!): 1. Spring Spacers 2. Body Lift 3. Suspension Lift What are the advantages / disadvantages of each? Is there a big price difference between the 3? If you lift a vehicle via spring spacers or a suspension lift, theoretically, wouldn't you also have to extend the brake lines, steering rods and drive shafts? Also, for every 1" you lift a vehicle, doesn't that mean that you can increase your tire diameter by 2"? I am not looking for a HUGE lift, maybe just 2 inches or so, which I estimate after increasing to larger tires will increase the height of the vehicle by 5 inches or so. Seems like everyone on this board has a lift, so I figured I would ask before making a decision on limited information that I would later regret. Appreciate the feedback. Thanks!