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Cst 4" lift/anyone run it?

I can have new lift minus shocks for$300
Never knew they did fords. 2012 f350 SRW

Thoughts/experiences?

Thanks in advance.

Back after 6 years in a bowtie. Missed the cab space, not the leaks! 6.7 has been a nice change.
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ive run a cst lift on my old98 f150 and it was a great lift. ive always heard positive things about them and seen quite a bit of their kits on chevy 2500 and 3500 trucks. seem to be sturdy lifts!

who is selling a kit for 300 bucks? id get one for that price!
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4 wheel parts sale, it's complete kit new. I'm going with 5100 bill steins and air bags on rear. Wanted another brand but price was too good to pass up.

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Just an update,

Have ran the lift for 2 weeks, 800 miles,

stock ride quality or better, Bilstein 5100's, 17" Method Double Standards on 35x12.5" R17 Toyo Open Country M/T's, no rubs.

Best $300 I've ever spent on a leveling kit for sure. I'll post up pics next week. Was thinking Deaver add a packs to rear but the wheel/tire combo made it almost level already. Amp steps next/lol. Scored a Pro Comp dual steer stabilizer for free, new 5100's on that installed next week. Rims were 100 each, cheap enough to buy a spare for underneath.

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Lets see some pics!

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6" lift, 37's, Moto Metals, H&S, SPE, JL SPL2K
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