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Old 10-28-2009, 01:28 PM
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Leveling Kit Group Buy??

would anyone be interested in a group buy on ready lift leveling kits for the 05-09 SD's?

or we could go with a diff brand if you want a cheaper priced kit like procomp, or daystar

let me know

-Raul
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My room mate is wanting a readylift for his 08. Let me know how much it will be if there is enough people interested. He has been looking around for a while.
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My room mate is wanting a readylift for his 08. Let me know how much it will be if there is enough people interested. He has been looking around for a while.
well i know the reg price on this is $230.00 group buy will be less than that if we can get like 5 or more people to join in...
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how bout the sst lift kit.? does it count as readylift?
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how bout the sst lift kit.? does it count as readylift?
yah i can prob get that in there too

lets see what kind of interest we have and then ill make a separate post on prices....
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i guess a 99-04 would be out the question?
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Old 10-28-2009, 02:54 PM
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i guess a 99-04 would be out the question?
i could possible do kits for those trucks too its just there are several diff options and shipping is usually more since usually its add a leafs, mini spring packs or hanger kits.... i prefer the hanger kit myself but it is the most expensive.. but still around the price that the ready lift kits are for the 05+ guys

let me know what you think

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Raul, I got my recon lights on, thanks again, they look sick!
Now a level kit is next on my list.
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Count me in as VERY interested in the 05 up kit. I have been pricing kits and I will definitely pick one up from you if this goes through!!
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well this is my plan... a leveling kit with a 350 block in the rear and a set of 08 superduties. So with that, how much of a leveling kit will i need? Im thinking 2.5" and the stiffer the better bc my bumper is making my stock springs sag a fair amount. When i got the truck it was sitting level and thats not the case now. Let me know what you think Raul.
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