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Old 09-26-2009, 08:59 AM
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Ok, so I know these things have been discussed over and over...and rightfully so from what I have read. My question is, what does the DashDaq look like "mounted" in your truck? I found one thread where a guy seems to have custom made one but he didnt have a pic of it in his truck. I tried to search but maybe i am not using the right combo of words. If there is/has been a thread on this please lead me to it. Otherwise, what about posting the various ways guys have mounted these in thier trucks? ?
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SparksJr, you should come down and see us were only about 30 minutes away from you!!! What is your email and I can email you various photos of Spartan mounting.
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His email's rancey.sparks@comcast.net, if you don't mind cc those pics to me also justin.m.overcash@hotmail.com
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SparksJr, you should come down and see us were only about 30 minutes away from you!!! What is your email and I can email you various photos of Spartan mounting.
Yeah I hope too as soon as I can get a gameplan, and money, together. I am very impressed with your website and actually got some answers from one of your guys on the Spartan tunes...it was very helpful. I would appreciate pics of the various installs. Previous poster is correct about my email address.

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I really like this. Gets it "out of the way" as I have never been a fan of suction cups and crap on my windshield and in my line of sight. My wife has a GPS and it is stuck to her windshield and it just bugs the hell out of me...lol
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I will just post them here.

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SparksJr, you should come down and see us were only about 30 minutes away from you!!! What is your email and I can email you various photos of Spartan mounting.
Another question...the Rize Leveling Kit you sell...does it require new, longer shocks or can I get away with the factory shocks? I assume you guys install these too...shoot me some info on what you typically charge to install leveling kits. I have also heard guys replacing the rear block with a 4" block when leveling thier truck. I guess it doesnt make sense to me, if you wanna level it, why add 2" to the front and back if the back is already 2" higher???

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If your truck comes with the snow plow package then you would need to lift the rear also since they come from the factory level.
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Another question...the Rize Leveling Kit you sell...does it require new, longer shocks or can I get away with the factory shocks? I assume you guys install these too...shoot me some info on what you typically charge to install leveling kits. I have also heard guys replacing the rear block with a 4" block when leveling thier truck. I guess it doesnt make sense to me, if you wanna level it, why add 2" to the front and back if the back is already 2" higher???
F-250's have a 2" rear block while the F-350 trucks have a 3.5" rear block. The kits are designed to level a F-350 but when a leveling kit is installed on a F-250 the front sits way higher than the back thats why I reccomend doing a 4" block to the rear on F-250's. Yes, you will need new front shocks because by raiding it 2.5" you will essentially top your factory shocks out.
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