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09+ F150 Rancho 4" Lift Kit + Shocks Starting at 1489 delivered - WHAT???

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Old 03-26-2014, 08:26 PM   #11
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Thanks for the orders! All models are in stock at TAP Auto Parts
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Old 03-26-2014, 10:59 PM   #12
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Hi interested in a 6 inch lift for a 2010 lariat Dont know much about shocks.What do you recommend ? I want good road handling and good off road use.I would like to be able to use stock rims and tires for the winter.How much would it be with deal and shipped to canada ?

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Can someone definitively tell me if I can use this kit with the 6.5' bed considering it has a 2-piece driveshaft. I'm aware the description on their website says not compatible but I've read a couple other places where people have done it. Just never saw any long term comments after install. This is the kit I want but not sure if there is another way around the driveshaft issue. Thanks
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You can get a 1 piece driveshaft made for 300-400$ dollars. It would be good to have it a tad longer so it compensates for the lift.
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Correct me if I'm wrong but don't vendors have their own forum to hock their wares and this area is for us regular folk to barter, buy, sell?




To Quote Lenn from the vendor rules.. Vendors are also allowed to make posts throughout F150Forum.com, as long as their posts are on-topic and are not a blatant advertisement for their product or store.

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Correct me if I'm wrong but don't vendors have their own forum to hock their wares and this area is for us regular folk to barter, buy, sell?




To Quote Lenn from the vendor rules.. Vendors are also allowed to make posts throughout F150Forum.com, as long as their posts are on-topic and are not a blatant advertisement for their product or store.

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Can someone definitively tell me if I can use this kit with the 6.5' bed considering it has a 2-piece driveshaft. I'm aware the description on their website says not compatible but I've read a couple other places where people have done it. Just never saw any long term comments after install. This is the kit I want but not sure if there is another way around the driveshaft issue. Thanks
Yep it works!

See these threads
http://www.f150forum.com/f38/2011-f1...-today-109149/

http://www.f150forum.com/f38/rancho-4-2011-a-99063/
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Thanks I saw second thread but still not sure if this guy used that spacer from pro comp or not. None of the other major brands with a 4" lift make any mention at all about the 2-piece driveshaft.
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