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Old 03-31-2014, 11:14 AM   #21
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Cool trucks keep the pics coming...anyone know another good suspension lift that's cheap I like skyjacker a lot but it's 1000 bucks more than rough or tough country
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:16 AM   #22
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I'm gonna try to load some pics of my truck tonight
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Old 03-31-2014, 11:43 AM   #23
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Cool trucks keep the pics coming...anyone know another good suspension lift that's cheap I like skyjacker a lot but it's 1000 bucks more than rough or tough country
Zone offroad. About $400 more than rough country and 100x better quality.
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What mKes the quality better can some explain that to me?
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If you get a cheap lift kit don't use their blocks,tuff country blocks totaled my truck. Months and thousands later its back on the road with skyjacker blocks
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If you get a cheap lift kit don't use their blocks,tuff country blocks totaled my truck. Months and thousands later its back on the road with skyjacker blocks
The actual block broke?
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The actual block broke?
Yup,wasn't off roading or anything just leaving the store going about 20
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If you go zone get different u bolts, like fabtech or something. I've heard a few stories of zones u bolts braking.
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Here's mine, 37"s on a 6+3 lift

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Zone 6" with 37" M16's. Lightning wheels with 1 1/2" spacers. Minor fender trimming on front. Love my Zone lift. Installed in a weekend by myself.

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