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Old 10-12-2012, 04:20 PM
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Do any of you know anything about doing a 6" spindle lift? A guy at hibdon tire shop told me its alot cheaper than a regular lift. Oh and I have a 99 F150 4x4
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Regular lifts are spindle lifts. Spindle lifts are a lot cheaper on a 2wd because pretty much all you need are the spindles. On a 4x4 you need the spindles, plus brackets and skid plates to move the front differential down so you keep good cv-joint angles. Also brackets to lower the torshion bars.
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Ok thankyou. Do you know where I can get a good cheap one. Or well maintained used one?
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Zone is the cheapest 6-inch that I know of. They sell from their website and ebay
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