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Remove lift?

Been looking for a couple months now for a CCLB and having a trouble getting one. My ? is how costly is it to removed a lift? Seems like half the trucks out there have at least 4" level lift or 6" lift. Is it just remove lift components and replace pitman arm or do you need all new springs, shocks, and spring, shock brackets. I know it depends on the kit, but how are majority done. Never saw much use for a lift as most people never take the truck off road and a 7000lb 20 ft long truck isn't the best off road vehicle. I need stock height as I carry a truck camper and actually haul stuff in the bed.

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Willing to bet someone would trade you straight up, or even add cash to boot, but it all depends on what components were used on the lift, such as sway bar extensions, blocks in the rear, springs, shocks, as well as the trac bar/mount and brake line extensions

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