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post #1 of 3 Old 04-22-2007, 06:26 PM Thread Starter
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I am putting the Goldwing up for sale and want to use the money to upgrade my current lift on my 05 to a 8" kit. Looking at the Fabtech with the 4.0 dirt Logic. Way expensive! Is it worth the big bucks or should I be looking at the Procomp 8" (coil, not the double shock/spring set up) with the new radius arms and new rear springs. The Fabtech seems to be the ultimate, but I may have to split the bike proceeds with the "Boss". Is the Fabtech worth a possible divorce? I could sleep in the truck!
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the fabtech is a really damb good lift... deff go with that one unless you get the double coilover from procomp.. they are also coming out with a tripple coilover
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Fabtech is the trick set up, as a fabricator I can appreciate the details. You could put the shocks on the mantle and admire the quality! Now if I can convince the boss! She would rather see Disneyland! Thanks for the input!
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