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Old 02-13-2007, 10:29 AM
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Jack-It Leveling Kit

Does anyone know anything about these guys? I have never heard of them. I am looking at different kits like I said in the post yesterday. I like the Rubicon, but does anyone know anything about Jack-It??
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Anyone, anyone??
I am looking for some more options. I saw there kit at jack-it.com, and am wondering who these people are. You can get the kits in different colors too. Please help
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It looks like these people are selling Tuff Country and Daystar leveling kits. Their pricing seems reasonable, but none of their lift parts seem to be their own brand.
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O.K. Here is the main site page:

Suspension Lift Kits, Body Lift Kits, Leveling Kits, Shocks and Truck Accessories - Jackit.com

And here is the leveling kit page:

Ford Superduty Leveling Kit - www.jackit.com - The Suspension Experts

I am looking at the leveling kit on the bottom; which is the '00-'04 Dually 4x4. Again any info. would be greatly appreciated. Let me know what y'all think about this.
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Nice Bronco Stumpy. Have one myself about to tear down
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I have not heard of that company either. It looks like they basically are using the typical replacement springs to level the front out with the rear. Price is not that bad either. I guess there is only one thing for you to do. Buy it test it out and post how you like it so others will know.

As far as complexity of install not that hard either. It basically looks like Superlifts Leveling kit. Good luck let us know the results ok.
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Looks OK but this is the first time I've heard of them, but that dose't mean anything.

Gord.
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Thanks for the help fellas. Still not sure what I am going to do. I am leaning towards a Rubicon Express 2.5" Leveler, and Bilstein Shocks. Then the problem is choosing some tires to run with the dually! Will get back with y'all on that though. But still haven't made up my mind.

Thanks again!
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Tires I would go with a mud terrian in the 35 inch tall, and 11.50 inches wide that would look good. If you went taller then a leveling kit I would recommend getting single rear tire kit and putting some big wide mudders on it.
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