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suspention lifts - Good, Bad, and the Ugly?

I am seriously looking at getting a 4-6" lift on a 04 f250 4wd. whats recommended? the only one that really catches my interest at this point is the camburg lift. let me know what you guys think.

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i think it depends on what price range your looking for... their are a lot of manufacturers but depending on your budget it will dictate which ones you can afford

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I don't know anyone who has every purchased a Camburg. ProComp gives decent bang for the buck.


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Go Camburg I have there entire system on my 97 ranger and have never broke anything 5 yrs of HARDABUSE. Now I know there not the same but there built by the same people so the superduty lift must be good…
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98 jeep tj powered by a 2004 Cadillac Northstar v8 Front axle is a pro rock 60 .rear axle is a 14 bolt front suspension is 4 linked rear suspension is a triangulated 4 link
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I took a look at that lift looks kick a$$

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Ceck the link in my sig for pics of an 04 with 4" lift and 35's and a 05 with 4" lift and 35's one with 16" wheels and one with 18" wheels. ive got the pro comp lift. my dad has a superlift lift.

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thanks guys alot of good ideas. i know camburg has some good stuff, ill probably go with them even though it will be more expensive.
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the good bad and ugly

the good, they look killer. the bad, once you lift then more money for rims and tires, ride is sacrificed big time. the ugly, death wobble. I went from a 6" lift and 35 witrh 20" rims to an 8" with 37" tires and 22" rims, got death wobble real bad on three different occasions with both set ups, nearly crashed the truck the last time. My truck is now back to being completely stock. I would keep it that way if I were you.

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Done properly using a quality lift ride should be better..sounds like someone installed incorrect parts of goofed the install.
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