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ok new question! how much would a good suspension lift run me?

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It's all in what you want to do with it. A 2wd will not go as far as a 4wd when offroading. If you want to do some light offroading then go for it. It's up to you.
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You can keep posting(use the quick reply box) in the same thread if it's on the same topic. It all depends on what you want and what kind of off-roading you do. If you just want a lift for looks and to fit bigger tires then you would want a body lift(about $200) If you want more clearance then you will want a suspension lift which will cost more than a body lift. Whether or not it's worth it is all up to you. My truck is 2wd and it's worth it to me to lift it. I just don't have the money to do it.
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ok so how much would a good suspension lift run me??
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between $1000 and $3000 (depending on the model and if your doing it yourself, or having a pro install it)
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ok so how much would a good suspension lift run me??
Here ya go!!! If your gonna do it ,do it right! Scroll down just a little once the page loads!!

http://www.skyjacker.com/products/pr..._submodel=BASE
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You dont have any specs on your truck. Have you not looked on the internet for different prices? What do you want to do with it?
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you should lower it
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you should lower it
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****.. all these people dissing the 2wds. my 1wd goes plenty of places..


i suppose thats also due to my generous right foot and plenty of ground clearance
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****.. all these people dissing the 2wds. my 1wd goes plenty of places..


i suppose thats also due to my generous right foot and plenty of ground clearance
thats because you beat the living **** out of your truck.
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whats wrong with beating the living **** out of a truck? lol.


Hey...to the original poster......how about some info on your truck! You gotta tell us about your rig man....create a signature.

What everybody else says...what do you want to do with your truck? There's more than a couple lift options for 2wd's....basic spacer lifts all the way up to Camburg long travels kits.
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