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Old 10-15-2011, 12:36 PM
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4" Lift Kit recommendations?

96 F-350 OBS Powerstroke
want to lift it 4", and replace all 4 leafs, not just the front.
any suggestions on a lift brand?
I want the best out there, money not an issue.
thanks in advance
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Old 10-15-2011, 12:40 PM
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If I were you, maybe Deaver leafs and contact Trevor over at PMF (NotStock) and have him make you a kit.
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there should be several kits out there...I think my old OBS had a skyjacker but I cant recall. Ill try to find out.

Make sure they come w/the track bar relocation bracketry or your axle might be out of alignment (but it depends on the lift/truck)
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You liek the Skyjacker?
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Do the RSK and SD springs all around. It will ride alot better.
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I think the lift kits for those trucks are pretty simple. Not much to them. But Id seriously consider Deaver springs. MUCH better ride.
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ONLY way to get a great ride quality is using our RS kit with SD springs..PM me for more info we have helped thousands do this mod..
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Do the RSK and SD springs all around. It will ride alot better.
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ONLY way to get a great ride quality is using our RS kit with SD springs..PM me for more info we have helped thousands do this mod..
yea x326516514565140000 ^^^^^^that guy(CT Perf.) is the person you need to talk to about ANYTHING OBS susp related
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