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Old 10-11-2012, 01:17 AM   #1
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Hey guys I'm looking into leveling kits for my truck and I'm trying to find prices anyone know any good parts websites in Canada also I'm looking into the skyjacker and rough country kits anyone have these and have any feedback on them or any other brand you have ?
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I would check your local shop first. Surprisingly, I found a shop in Vancouver that sold daystar leveling kits for $35. Cheaper than ebay and online stores.

All leveling kits do the same thing. Neither will be better or worse. I went with daystar because it's by far the cheapest and still has a lifetime warranty.
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