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Old 06-05-2013, 04:40 PM
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4" zone lift

The local dealership installed a 4" done lift on one of their trucks. It looks great. I have never heard of this brand of kit before tough. How is the quality? How does it compare to other more known brands?
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Old 06-05-2013, 04:59 PM
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Old 06-05-2013, 05:01 PM
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I have seen Zone ads in the offroad magazines. I think they specialize in Ford and are expensive but I could be wrong.

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Zone is on the cheaper end. However, I have a Rough Country lift, which is considered a cheap lift by most, and I haven't had any issues (I've had about 5 different RC lifts on my trucks throughout the year and they're fine.

The nice thing about these lifts are that you can replace components as you want...aftermarket front coils and shocks from someone like Icon will be an improvement.

Point being, the lift isn't a deal breaker. You can upgrade easy components later, if you want.
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Zone is BDS's cheaper line if I remember right.
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Zone is BDS's cheaper line if I remember right.
First I've heard of that. I'd like to know for sure.
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BDS is the parent company of Zone Offroad. I have their 4im radius arm kit installed on my truck and so far it's doing great. I did however get better shocks than the ones they offered. Went with the new Pro Runner shocks from procomp. All in all it's a great package at a great price if you ask me.

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