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Old 01-21-2013, 01:51 PM
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Alrigth guys havin some small trouble here slowly replacing suspension and steering parts on my truck and im startin with my sway bar end links now I bought the truck with the lift already on it and almost dead certain its a 5inch lift seein as how my 35's clear pretty well but for the life of me I cant find any with out havin to buy a whole new lift anyone know where I can get some.
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These guys should have them...

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Thanks man I will look into them also for as much as I know about these trucks I could swear that my front leaf springs look like a real flat W and im pretty sure there not supposed to lol then agian it could just be me but I could swear that they go down alittle on both sides front and back alittle but the truck sits even and rides fine and they arent broken what do you think maybe its just me but maybe they are weak.
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Its how they al look. ...unless you get aftermarket lift springs.

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Old 01-21-2013, 03:30 PM
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Its how they al look. ...unless you get aftermarket lift springs.

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Thanks for the clairification I was sure I wasnt goin crazy but its just looked wierd you would think the po would have done a good lift but im coming to find that it was just add leafs and shocks not an actuall full lift kit.
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Old 01-21-2013, 03:32 PM
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You can see how straight my front leafs are in my sig pic
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Yeah the front leaves are a negative arch. Supposed to be that way.


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You can see how straight my front leafs are in my sig pic
Yeah mine arent as straight lol but as get all of this replaced I think im going to get some good leafs for front and back with good shocks hell I dont even know what kind they are im just glad the guy took decent care of it but it needs work I really need a new bed for it the under rails are just about wasted lol.
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If you get just basic arched springs for it, its gonna ride rough. Just like in a lift kit. Something to keep in mind.
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If you get just basic arched springs for it, its gonna ride rough. Just like in a lift kit. Something to keep in mind.
Ride quality aint my worry lol but I was thinkin of savin up to get a good lift for it plus I was thinkin of goin to a 6inch lift but I dont wanna spend no 3grand for it skyjacker has one for under 2grand.
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