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post #1 of 5 Old 07-03-2011, 09:11 AM Thread Starter
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Revetek 6" lift

Does anyone have or used a 6" Revetek lift? I'm looking at one for my '04 F250.
Just looking for some feedback on ride quality or lack of.
Here is a link to the lift I am looking at.
Revtek Suspension 4/2/99 - 2004 Ford Super Duty 4WD F250/F350 6" Suspension Lift Kit W/Semi Round Front U-Bolts

Thanks guys for any info.
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Not a big fan of revtek. They are even local to me up in Portland. Didn't have that great of customer service for a couple of blown out spring bushings...

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Thanks for the heads up layson!
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They Rides like a tank poor quality springs....best riding 6" will be a Hybrid lift..4.5" hanger kit a X codes in front and Icons 5" rears..we can set you up..

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They Rides like a tank poor quality springs....best riding 6" will be a Hybrid lift..4.5" hanger kit a X codes in front and Icons 5" rears..we can set you up..

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Thanks Cary. We are actually already talking by email. ccab1026



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