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Old 08-22-2012, 08:22 PM   #1
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I am about to lift my f150 and looking at various lift kits made by different companies. I recently ran into the Zone suspension company any one used it before that can give any reviews. Thanks a bunch.
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for what yr f150 ?
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well i have bds suspension and they make the zone kit its just cheaper make of the bds lift. there a great kit nothing wrong with zone
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I've never used zone but i hear that there really good kits and made in the USA to boot, Michigan to be exact.
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Yepp I have a zone 6" and it's great. Smooth ride and high quality components. I'm very happy with it!

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I just bought a zone and love it. Great quality and rides great and I'm on 37s
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Best kit out there. And no, I don't work for Skyjacker or AutoAnything. It's the only lift that uses actual leaf springs vs blocks in the back. Blocks cause axle wrap which adds extra stress on the u-joint and pinion bearing.
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Best kit out there. And no, I don't work for Skyjacker or AutoAnything. It's the only lift that uses actual leaf springs vs blocks in the back. Blocks cause axle wrap which adds extra stress on the u-joint and pinion bearing.
This is true but I've had both types of lift and I've jumped both of them completely airborne, no wrap or anything there is always a chance but blocks are not to bad if you plan to use it for hwy driving mostly and not hardcore offroad type driving
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This is true but I've had both types of lift and I've jumped both of them completely airborne, no wrap or anything there is always a chance but blocks are not to bad if you plan to use it for hwy driving mostly and not hardcore offroad type driving
True, but if you're going to do it, do it right.
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