It all depends on the long range plans for the rig. Light to moderate wheeling would likely be a bit more fun with a small lift and a little bigger tires. Harder wheeling is easier with more lift and bigger tires. Spend some time browsing thru this forum and look at various builds and how they are wheeled. You don't have to run the Biggest and Baddest rig to go a lot of places, but the bigger, the easier.My bone stock 80 (91’) needs a little help in the ride quality department. I’m pretty sure it’s the original suspension and I’m not sure what to even look for. Do I replace shocks and spring or just the shocks?
I gave my dealership a call and said they had a set for the front but the rears are on back order nation wide. Is there any brand comparable to OEM that you would recommend? BTW the cruiser is my daily driver/work truck for mainly farm work, so I wouldn’t minda little extra ground clearance lol.Stock go to your local dealer and pick up some stock shocks. They are very reasonably priced and sure to be a big improvement over ~30 year old shocks.