Thx Jeese, thats the most detailed info I've heard about fitment and changes. Too bad too because I would have loved to use my 2008-2010 kit that I already have. I hate the thought of having to drive around stock for 2-4 mnonths and my 20x10 wheels are too wide for stock.Sway bar braketry is different. The brake lines are different. The Track Bar is slightly larger end on it so the drop bracket will need to be widened. The rear blocks and u bolts are completely redesigned. Plus several small things that aren't even uncovered yet.
I can't imagine they changed too much. I was at the NASCAR race in Phoenix two weeks ago and they had a new king ranch up on a stand where you could walk underneath it. From what I could tell the radius arms, shocks, and springs looked exactly the same. I'm hoping if there are changes all I will need to buy is a new box kit (trackbar drop bracket, sway bar drop, pitman arm, etc.) It was stupid to spend $5k on a lift and then a month later decide to get a new truck but oh well.
Guys, don't take what I told you as the gospel...it's just what my buddy at Rize has told me but I have compared these components on my truck and the new ones and they are in fact slightly different visually.
Solid? Unless it is an independent rear then the shaft has to extend, as the gemoetry changes each time you hit a bump.yep but you are right. There are some minor changes and the drive shaft is a solid aluminum instead of a 2 piece. So not only will the front need changes but the rear will need tapered blocks and something that allows the rear axle to be moved forward.