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Old 01-23-2014, 12:35 PM
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I want you opinoins.... Best off road shop in MID WEST??

So to all i have a 2005 6.0 on a 12" Rize / King Coil set up, i have some issues id like to adjust and i need someone who does good work, the truck likes to wonder alot on its own and id like to look into someone making me a custom drag link, and i need to get my Rize traction bars put on the truck, but i dont have the Frame mounts and im having a hard time finding them so i may need someone to fab me up a set, Every little mickey mouse shop i go to they tell me they cant help me and i need to no where all the big boys are going to get work done, im willing to travel with in the midwest but i live in chicago, someone please point me in the right direction with good help, thanks to all, any suggestions or responses are greatly appreciated!!!

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So to all i have a 2005 6.0 on a 12" Rize / King Coil set up, i have some issues id like to adjust and i need someone who does good work, the truck likes to wonder alot on its own and id like to look into someone making me a custom drag link, and i need to get my Rize traction bars put on the truck, but i dont have the rear axle mounts and im having a hard time finding them so i may need someone to fab me up a set, Every little mickey mouse shop i go to they tell me they cant help me and i need to no where all the big boys are going to get work done, im willing to travel with in the midwest but i live in chicago, someone please point me in the right direction with good help, thanks to all, any suggestions or responses are greatly appreciated!!!
I'm assuming that you already talked to Matt at Attitude Performance?
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I'm assuming that you already talked to Matt at Attitude Performance?
Yes i have great guy, built many of my trucks but said he wont touch the truck with a Rize set up, unsure why. Any other suggestions?
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Old 01-24-2014, 08:39 AM
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Yes i have great guy, built many of my trucks but said he wont touch the truck with a Rize set up, unsure why. Any other suggestions?
Yeah,
Matt's pretty cool but he probably has a bad taste in his mouth like many of us do about Rize. Part of the issue that it's next to impossible to get replacement parts for the goofy steering system and the arms.
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Matt's pretty cool but he probably has a bad taste in his mouth like many of us do about Rize. Part of the issue that it's next to impossible to get replacement parts for the goofy steering system and the arms.
Yea thats the problem im starting to see....
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Matt is awesome and a great guy. Good luck with your venture.
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can anyone else shed some light on this ??????
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Old 01-30-2014, 11:24 AM
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can anyone else shed some light on this ??????
What I would do in your situation is I would call up Marty at Truck Toyz Performance. I don't know if he is there right now, but talk to someone there about your issue. I know these guys have put a ton of those lift kits on trucks. They know how to fix them. Hopefully they can get you some parts that you can install yourself to fix or at least send you in the right direction.
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