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Old 03-08-2013, 06:53 AM
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Is the price right?

I have been talking to a shop about getting a lift kit new rims and tires. They quoted me 5700+tax for an 8 inch rough country suspension lift, 20x9 XD Addict wheels and 37" nitto trail grapplers. Does this sound about right? The 5700 includes parts and labor. Also would this look alright? Would 37s fill in the 8 inch lift?
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I have been talking to a shop about getting a lift kit new rims and tires. They quoted me 5700+tax for an 8 inch rough country suspension lift, 20x9 XD Addict wheels and 37" nitto trail grapplers. Does this sound about right? The 5700 includes parts and labor. Also would this look alright? Would 37s fill in the 8 inch lift?
Well you figure a new set of 20" rims are gonna run you 1500-2000 and 37 in tires are another 1200ish and so that leaves about 2200-2700 left for the lift and those get costly plus generally $75/hr for labor, your in the ball park id say. Really depends on your location as well
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:07 AM
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Well you figure a new set of 20" rims are gonna run you 1500-2000 and 37 in tires are another 1200ish and so that leaves about 2200-2700 left for the lift and those get costly plus generally $75/hr for labor, your in the ball park id say. Really depends on your location as well
I thought it sounded about right too just wanted to check. Do you think 37s on an 8 inch lift will look good?
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Old 03-08-2013, 08:19 AM
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I thought it sounded about right too just wanted to check. Do you think 37s on an 8 inch lift will look good?
Well i have 44s on an 8 in lift but i also have cutout fender flares so 37s look ridiculous on my truck but with no flares and stock wheel wells it should look good
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I'm in the process of putting a Carli pintop, fuel wheels and 37 toyo m/t's on my 2013 and i'm sitting around $8300 Cnd with install......
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OP....What year is your truck? if its a 99-04 rough country earned its name...much better riding kits available.
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Old 03-09-2013, 09:45 PM
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my neighbor just paid $5k out the door for the same thing you are wanting from a ford dealership here in phx. although i dont know what brand of lift it is
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