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Where does everyone go for the huge lifts?

Hey y'all. Just curious. When I do pull the trigger and finally start the project. I'm lookin to build a super duty with 20" lift on 46's.
it'd be on a 1999 - 2003. Any help would be appreciated.
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For that size, One Up Offroad.

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For that size, One Up Offroad.
Agreed. If I was going 14" or more, they'd be the ones getting my business.

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I'd drop mine off in Tucson

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Nice stuff at that one up off road.
Bit too fancy for my liking tho.
I was thinkin spring hanger combo. No blocks.
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Welcome to Precision Metal Fabrication - USA Built suspension systems

Icon also sells some quality stuff but not 20", I think 12.5" is as high as they go.
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I was thinkin spring hanger combo. No blocks.
That's not HiTek.

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Pmf didn't show anything on complete suspension lifts.
I think I'm catching your point tho. Staying under 14" could save me a ton of headaches.
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Pmf didn't show anything on complete suspension lifts.
I think I'm catching your point tho. Staying under 14" could save me a ton of headaches.
oh it will, going any higher is almost pointless and just wears stuff faster

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Thanks dude. So I had planned to run 46" Michelin XMLs. Any other dot approved mud tire that'll last longer than my tsls did? (30 000km)
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