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  1. rocky-f150
    06-20-2012 11:33 PM - permalink
    rocky-f150
    dang, sounds like you got a good deal to hav all that done. everywhere ive checked around here its around 1000-1200 just to put the lift on. no alignment or anything else.
    ive talked to 2 other people that have a rc lift that done it there selfs and said it wasnt hard. i might try mine myself when i get it lol. i need to save money for rims.
  2. tcarro2001
    06-20-2012 11:19 PM - permalink
    tcarro2001
    No way...... Found a local shop that did everything for $900 including installing new rims and tires and alignment. I just bought evrything and brought it up to them at the shop. Took them 2 days, then after 500 miles had to take it back to do a retighten of evrything just for safety and they did another alignment at that time. If those things are done u should have no problems with it.
  3. rocky-f150
    06-20-2012 11:11 PM - permalink
    rocky-f150
    haha no problem bub. did you install it yourself?
  4. tcarro2001
    06-20-2012 11:07 PM - permalink
    tcarro2001
    Sorry it took so long to answer. I really like the RC lift. No problems at all, and truck sits nice and level. The trucks stability control does kick on when make some turns but i think this is a common problem with any lift and the new stability control system
  5. rocky-f150
    06-10-2012 06:44 PM - permalink
    rocky-f150
    how do you like the 6" rough country lift? got any problems with it?
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