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Old 02-10-2013, 01:29 AM   #1
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High Country 4x4 quoted me $1586 for a 6" BDS lift kit. Ok, that is a great price for parts. But they want $1000 for install plus $100 for alignment plus a $75 shop supply fee plus tax! Holy nickel and dime...
Love the price of the kit but all the other costs make it a ripoff at over $2800 installed. The guy also bashed 4wheelparts and ProComp saying they are worthless, and I'm not a big fan of places talking badly about competition.
Anyone else know of a better place to get a lift kit in the Denver area?
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ouchie. good luck.
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I'll do it for a case of beer and a plane ticket to Colorado?
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The guy also bashed 4wheelparts and ProComp saying they are worthless, and I'm not a big fan of places talking badly about competition
That right there tells me that if anything went wrong they wouldn't stand behind their work. It would ALWAYS be someone else's fault/ problem.
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Unfortunately I don't really know of any places in Colorado since most of my mods so far I've done myself. Let me know what you do find for shops because I'm not gonna attempt to do my regear myself. Hope you find something
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Have you tried John's 4x4 in Boulder?

Have no direct experience but John Rush the owner does gear heads and drive radio on 560 am each Saturday.
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Try Bach Crawlers in Monument. They installed my level kit. It's a small shop with a lot of off-roading experience. The guy that owns and runs it is Pete Bach - give him a call at (719) 963-1072 http://www.bachcrawlers.com/
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