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Body lift parts list

Does anyone have a list of everything that comes in a body lift? And all the parts needed? I am thinking of putting one together but need a list of parts.

And what is the difference between a 93-97 and a 98-00 body lift?
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Bumper brackets would be the difference between a 97 kit and a 98+ kit.


Here's the instructions for a 01-05 kit...all parts should be the same as a 98-00 and a 06+....people use the 05 kit for 06+'s.
http://www.performanceaccessories.co...ions/70033.pdf


Short list...

12 blocks minimum(kit comes with 14
12 body bolts minimum(kit comes with 14)
Upper rad drops
Lower rad drops
Steering Ext
Front Bumper brackets
Rear bumper brackest
A "C" lookin' clamp that keeps the a/c hoses or rad hoses from hitting the serp belt or fan
E-brake braket(doesn't need to be used)
2 engine ground strap drops(likely don't need used)
1 90* bracket for frame ground ext(likely won't need used)
Main Fuel filler extention(two different sizes included in the kit)
Breather fuel extention

Shifter extention if manual trans.
Kit comes with Trans oil cooler brackets if automatic trans w/ external cooler.

LOCK TIGHT.

There might be more, but i think i covered it.
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yeah I think that's it
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Shane that link didn't work. So I can just do the lift and then buy bumper brackets later? Well I have a custom rear bumper so that will be fixed and will be getting a custom front so I should be good. Sweet!
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i dont understand why everyone is trying to put one together why not just go by one it was cheaper for me to do that and i get everything but shift extension and rear bumper brackets
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How is it cheaper? Marie has all her parts donated. And it was a thought but since the 93-97 ones are the same I might just get one of those for $50. Bet you its still cheaper than what you paid.
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Oh yeah anyone got an extra shifter extension???? I'll pay ya for it but I need one. I think I am gonna buy a kit locally for cheap.
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So just to make sure before I buy the kit. The only difference is the bumper brackets?

Are the radiator brackets the same? Everything else??
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Anyone?? I need to know. LOL
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no clue on 97 and older....i have no experience.

shifter ext is like $35-40 brand new.




For some odd reason, a 98-00 kit is like $50 cheaper than the 01-05 kit. no clue why.
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How is it cheaper? Marie has all her parts donated. And it was a thought but since the 93-97 ones are the same I might just get one of those for $50. Bet you its still cheaper than what you paid.
they are not the same bolt lenths are different i compared the 2 a while ago its also missing some extensions.. also gas extensions are different.. i thought they where the same set down with the instructions and part lists and found a decent amount different..

also the steering extension is different..
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no clue on 97 and older....i have no experience.

shifter ext is like $35-40 brand new.




For some odd reason, a 98-00 kit is like $50 cheaper than the 01-05 kit. no clue why.
i know for one its missing the e brake cable extention being we dont need it still dont know why on that one..
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Yeah I don't know what is different either, I used the 98-00 kit on my truck with no problems.
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if you want a cheaper kit just get the summit brand.. your wasting your time..
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I don't care about a cheaper kit. I was just wondering if they were the same cause I could get it for cheap.
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No they are not the same
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