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post #1 of 7 Old 09-01-2007, 02:08 PM Thread Starter
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i was thinking about getting a body lift for the diesel how much does it generally cost to get it installed

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well good luck finding a body lift kit that fits diesel's ....... well how big are you looking to go??? I wouldn't even try to get a body lift.... even if you did there would have to be some changes to certain things to get it to work... if I was you I would just get a suspension lift...

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Nobody makes a body lift for newer psd's. Trust me on this.

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no but you could do it with just a SD lift kit but then like I was saying before you will have to find a way to raise your intercooler, and other things to get it to work.... so to me not worth the hassel and trouble... just get a supension lift

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i was going to do an 8inch rize kit with a two inch body lift so i can fit 40x15.5 inch tires

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well you don't need a body lift.... just get some shackles or how ever you spell it.... talk to jngreen... I got my lift from him... but he used to have 40's on his truck http://www.powerstroke.org/forum/members/474.html that if you want his cell number I can give it to you and you can call him and ask...

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i have coilovers in the front so i cant

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