Okay, i've decided to sell my superlift. It does not include the rear lift blocks, the driveshaft, and the skid plate. It is complete and brand new, the box is labeled 9630, which is the complete front lift components that superlift had listed for around 1200. Most places i checked for prices were sold out and i'm told the lift is no longer made. I just decided now was a bad time for the lift because i don't really have the money for 35's and the 4.56 regear, so i decided to sell it. I'd like to get around 900 for the kit. If you'd like to see any more pictures i can take them this next weekend. Thank you, and feel free to PM me any questions.
I am willing to ship to the united states and canada, i can get quotes for whoever asks, fed ex definately seems to be cheapest for anything this heavy. I really have no idea how much a shop would charge for installation, maybe someone on here could help with what they paid
The Superlift IS still being manufactured. Production was halted during their Bankruptcy preceedings, but after all that, it HAS been put back into production. The President of Superlift made a post over at TheRangerStation saying just that a few months back.
All parts in the kit are pictured except for those knuckles. If it doesn't come with new steering knuckles, that's gonna be one hefty price tag to get knuckles. When I almost bought a rolled double lifted DWB a few years back, one knuckle was snapped in half. After pricing out the knuckles, I passed on the truck.
I recently purchased the 4 in SL kit from 4wheelparts in WA.
I had talked with multiple shops and even a representive over at Superlift, they ARE still making the kits. They said 4-6 weeks waiting period after placing an order is what to expect.
I got my kit right around the 3rd or 4th week, so they still are making them for sure.
Anyways, the Steering Knuckles come in a seperate box. And the price is right around $550. It's like $554 and change over at SummitRacing.
For the person wondering how much a shop would charge to install the kit.. First off, you'd have to get the rest of the components, but I was quoted 900 for the SL kit install for labor. Supposedly 2 days of Labor and alignment. After talking with Shane B. here on the Forums, It seems to be a better option to get a few buddies together, and spend a day doing it yourself. I have read through the instructions multiple times now, and it doesn't seem to be too difficult, there's just a few things I had questions about.. And luckily there are guys here to help, Shane B. gave me alot of advice for sure! I'll end up doing mine here once it warms up a little bit in WA.
Upon further review of parts, 9631 is a 00.5+ kit and 9630 is a 98-00(pvh) front drop bracket boxes. All drop bracketry is the same across the board to my knowledge and installing 3 so far(98, 01, 07), only the knuckles are different. I think the difference in part numbers is merely due to the bigger box they go into which is hub style specific(the complete kit listed below).
From my understanding.. There are kits K357 and K358 for the IFS Rangers. K357 is 98-99 and K358 is 00-09.
The K357 Master Pack is the one I bought for my 99. It came with 3 seperate boxes
#9631. That is front components like.. all the drop bracketry, crossmembers, shocks.. all your bolts etc pretty much EVERYTHING in this box BESIDES the Knuckles. This box alone goes for around $1100
#9630. That box there came with 2 Steering Knuckles, a thing of greese and 4 cotter pins. That's it. Box seperatly goes for around $550-$600
#2338. Rear Block lift, something like 80 bucks.
That's the K357 Master Pack for 98-99.
Now the K358 00-09 Kit ALL of the boxes are the same part numbers EXCEPT the Steering Knuckle Box, the part number there is #9637. To be honest I don't know what the difference is between the two different sets of Knuckles.. I am guessing the Knuckles from the 00-09 Kit don't have the little vaccum line hook up, since they went to live axles in those years. But honestly I am not totally sure, But different part numbers, probably means there is a difference between the two.
Someone could probably clear that up here for everybody. I hope some of that information helps anyone interested in buying this lift kit.