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Old 12-19-2014, 11:39 PM   #1
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Hello there yall. I am looking at getting a lift kit installed on my truck. I have it down between the ranch 4 inch kit and pro comp 4inch performance lift kit with dirt logic shocks. I need a good shop close to Dallas or north Louisiana. I don't really trust 4 wheel parts to do my install. Any opinions would be appreciated.

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I would go with the rancho 4 with the 9000 adjustable shocks. More then 4 inches of lift(like 5.25). Can't help you with places to install though lol



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I would go with the rancho 4 with the 9000 adjustable shocks. More then 4 inches of lift(like 5.25). Can't help you with places to install though lol
Ok thank you your truck looks nice. Are those fuel rims? What size and back spacing are you using and what's the offset?
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Ok thank you your truck looks nice. Are those fuel rims? What size and back spacing are you using and what's the offset?
20x9 Mavericks +20 offset
285/65/20 (34.7x11.5)



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A little side shot. They stick out perfect for my taste. Everythingb is proportionate
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Stock tires. You can see they stick out about 1.5 inches
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Hello there yall. I am looking at getting a lift kit installed on my truck. I have it down between the ranch 4 inch kit and pro comp 4inch performance lift kit with dirt logic shocks. I need a good shop close to Dallas or north Louisiana. I don't really trust 4 wheel parts to do my install. Any opinions would be appreciated. Thanks nickel


I'm in the Dallas area, I have done lots of work over in your neck of the woods. I know of a shop, if you're interested send me a PM.
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