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Old 07-21-2010, 11:20 PM
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New Product!! 05-10 F-250/350 Front 4-Link Kits!!

Well fellas, its been something we have wanted to come out with for quite some time. Just havent had the time to get it done. PGreenSVT stepped up and wanted one so we made time to make it happen. Below is a pic of the result. I dont have any finished product install pics yet. I didnt want to risk scratching anything, I will leave that up to him, lol. He has promised some quality install pics, so hopefully he wont let us all down! Here are some specs on the kit:

All frame brackets are 1/4" laser cut using 7/16" grade 8 hardware (supplied).

Bars are 2" OD .250 wall DOM with 1/4" laser cut ends (axle side), most competitors use 3/16". Frame end uses a fully adjustable, greaseable, rebuildable (for less than $10 each) Ballistic joint.

This kit doesnt interfer with stock crossmember. There will be another frame bracket available that incorporates a new crossmember that will allow clocking of the transfer case for the larger size lifts.

As always, every component in the kit is build by hand here in the US with US materials!!

Any questions, just let us know!!
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You sure you ain't one of them illegals down in Tucson... Just kidding, Trevor!

Those welds look beautiful. Now, I'm assuming this will work for as little as a 2.5" lift; would that be correct or will you have to be around the 4-4.5" lift mark for this to work?
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Old 07-22-2010, 08:07 AM
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Hahaha, nope! The links would be sucked in all the way in order to work for that size of lift but it should work just fine. If you plan on staying at that size lift or moving up to a max of a 4.5" lift, I would build the link bars to be just a bit shorter so you have full adjustment of your chamber....
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Trevor, very nice! Does the brackets bolt up to the stock rear radius arm bracket?
So pricing? PM me if needed.

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Old 07-22-2010, 11:42 AM
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Trevor, very nice! Does the brackets bolt up to the stock rear radius arm bracket?
So pricing? PM me if needed.

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Yes, it bolts up to the factory hole for the radius arm (same hole that is used with the 4 link upper bar) awell as the side and bottom of the frame.

Introductory kit price is $850....
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I'm getting ready to go finish mine off now. I got the traction bars in yesterday. I have to pull the tack bar and do a little more clearancing on the engine cradle, then do a little adjusting and moke sure it's all squared up. That's insanely low pricing for the quality of this kit Trevor. You should have people beating your doors down.
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Awesome looking kit.
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Maybe I didnt read it all, but what exactly does this whole kit include 4 $850? and what do I need to buy extra?
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Maybe I didnt read it all, but what exactly does this whole kit include 4 $850? and what do I need to buy extra?
The kit includes:
4- HD 2" fully adjustable link bars
4- Rebuildable endlinks
2- Frame brackets
misc hardware

The kit is all self contained. If you desired a different lift height than you currently had, you would need to either purchase those aswell or source them elsewhere. We do carry a full line of dual rate coils aswell as coilovers.
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The kit includes:
4- HD 2" fully adjustable link bars
4- Rebuildable endlinks
2- Frame brackets
misc hardware

The kit is all self contained. If you desired a different lift height than you currently had, you would need to either purchase those aswell or source them elsewhere. We do carry a full line of dual rate coils aswell as coilovers.
ok so I would need shocks, coils, track bar and drag link? And if I wanted to do the rear, your blocks and u bolts?
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