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Old 01-11-2014, 08:21 PM   #21
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4" Skyjacker. Comes with actual leaf replacements and not blocks.


Sits level when towing, which is how suspension on a pickup is designed to work
If I was to do it again, I'd build a truck just like yours
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If I was to do it again, I'd build a truck just like yours
Thanks. I built it that way for a reason.
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Thanks. I built it that way for a reason.
Yeah, what he said ^.

Nice truck, looks sharp and I love the stance. Makes me want to sell mine and build a new one.
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I went with the 4" rancho which turned out to be around 5.25" after measured it's a great kit. Well built. Awesome ride. Will post some better pictures when I can. !
33x12.50r18 nitto mud grapplers btw on 18x9 XD addicts -12 mm offset. No rub
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Just commenting to follow. Looking at a 4" lift for mine as well.
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Got a 6 inch pro comp with shocks and I love it!
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Old 02-07-2014, 03:45 AM   #27
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Thinking about a 4" lift for mine....is this something you can do yourself without a lift? How much do shops typically charge for this?
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Thinking about a 4" lift for mine....is this something you can do yourself without a lift? How much do shops typically charge for this?
Today I just got quoted 800 bucks for installation so I'm sticking with the 2 and a half inch leveling kit with the torsion bars turned up and extra blocks in the back
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[QUOTE=Dr Beardface;3045984]4" Rough Country lift:
I love the stance of your truck. That's exactly the set up I want. Do your tires rub at that size? Picture if possible.
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