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Old 04-30-2010, 08:52 PM
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Ok there's a 2400 lift on craigslist. But it's for a 2008 I have a 2001 what's different besides the front springs. I k ow there coil for that year. I know they make change over kits but what about the rest. The kit is brand new in box I know I can get it for 1200 is it worth it to buy and do the xtra parts?
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Ok there's a 2400 lift on craigslist. But it's for a 2008 I have a 2001 what's different besides the front springs. I k ow there coil for that year. I know they make change over kits but what about the rest. The kit is brand new in box I know I can get it for 1200 is it worth it to buy and do the xtra parts?
wont work at all.. the rear springs are diff too...
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:00 PM
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Ok there's a 2400 lift on craigslist. But it's for a 2008 I have a 2001 what's different besides the front springs. I k ow there coil for that year. I know they make change over kits but what about the rest. The kit is brand new in box I know I can get it for 1200 is it worth it to buy and do the xtra parts?
wont work at all.. the rear springs are diff too...
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:22 PM
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Well that stinks has the tricked out shocks and axle straps
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you can get a lift for your year truck for 1200...why not just do that?
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Old 04-30-2010, 09:48 PM
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I'm not positive but mx6r resevoir shocks I can't. I know I can get a spring
front and block rear for that but if I'm gonna buy I want the best I can get
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I'm not positive but mx6r resevoir shocks I can't. I know I can get a spring
front and block rear for that but if I'm gonna buy I want the best I can get
There is absolutely no feasible way to make that kit work on your truck.
res shocks are way expensive. I know fox res shocks are about $250 a piece
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Old 05-01-2010, 10:54 AM
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Yeah it sucks it would be a good deal if I could get most of it to work oh well
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