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Most expensive piece of paper I've bought yet...



=D That's the receipt from 4WP for my Superlift 4" kit! I'm sooo excited it gets here on Monday! That sucks though because of my work schedule, I'll have to wait until NEXT saturday to install it! Oh woe is me! I price matched this address http://www.4wheelonline.com/Products...ProductId=2403 and 4WP beat it, so the bottom line for the kit was 1276.21 before tax. Almost $200 off retail! It pays to shop around folks.

So, on to the next part of it. I'm going to try and tackle the install myself, but if anyone in the Dallas area would like to help, I'd greatly appreciate it! I'll buy some food/drink etc. of course also. If you have a good place to work and/or a better set of tools than I do, that would also be a plus! I'll be getting the torsion bar removal tool, as well as the balljoint removal tool soon, so we won't need to worry about those. Anyways, anyone who'd like to help, I'd really appreciate it! You can PM me, email me, or IM me! Thanks a ton guys.

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Pretty trusting showing your whole name and address there like that. Congrats on the purchase!
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I have a gear puller, that what I used on my BJ's and TB's, just let me know if you need any help, I am a great supervisor.
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Pretty trusting showing your whole name and address there like that. Congrats on the purchase!
Whoops =X
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Congrats Kyle!!!! Good to hear you are modding it up lol. Wish i could help you with the install! Cant wait to see the finished product.....
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lol.. on that huge order you only saved 19.99! (ok that made me laugh)

Sweet! Cant wait to see it installed. Take pictures and we'll make it into a How-To!
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PICS!!!! :)
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WOOOOOHHHHHHHOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO SWEET Kyle!
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Party at Kyle's house - see address above lol - Right on man, Can't wait to see the Truck when it's done
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Im down with helping. With the how-to and takin pics. hahahaa

Let me know if you need help. Ill go, hell i even have a garage if you need it

About the only thing i have that would help is a bandsaw.
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Good Buy! You'll be pleased with your purchase
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That is sweet congrats Kyle. I bet all the waiting gets annoying
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WOOOOO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! AWEEESOME!
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That is sweet congrats Kyle. I bet all the waiting gets annoying

Haha yeah Andy it does. First waiting to get my license, then waiting to get my truck, then waiting to have all this money saved up, and now WAITING FOR THE LIFT TO COME FROM CALIFORNIA?!?! Gimme a break! = P Jon and Leo, thanks for the offers! I will let yall know what kinda time schedule i'm lookin at and see if yall can give me a hand. And Leo, please leave the bandsaw at home! =D
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so you keeping the same size tires or no?
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Leave the bandsaw at home?!?!?!?!

I thought you wanted a convertable?!!?
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Yep gonna keep these till they wear out. When they do... Body lift and 35s definitely =D Can't go much bigger than 33s anyways without rubbing. I'm tired of rubbing lol.
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great news! I installed mine myself last November. It took me about 10 hours or so. Pretty simple. Hardest part was trying to lift the front diff up into the truck by myself. That ***** is heavy!

You'll love the lift.
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Yep gonna keep these till they wear out. When they do... Body lift and 35s definitely =D Can't go much bigger than 33s anyways without rubbing. I'm tired of rubbing lol.
so in other words your KINDA copying Jared minus the RCD/superlift part...
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Lol Zach like my truck and his weren't nearly identical before he got all that stuff! I'm not going to lie his truck is BADASS, and he and i even had the same plan of going to EDGE flares and lower valences completely independant of eachother. He and I just seem to like the same things. I'm going to be getting my cowl and grill surround painted though, so that will set our trucks off pretty well. And lots of other people do double lifts too = D
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awesome kyle. cant wait to see the pics.
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so in other words your KINDA copying Jared minus the RCD/superlift part...
I think Jared got the 35's now
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yeah that paper did cost a lot of money... but they gave you a free lift too so i guess its not too bad
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yeah that paper did cost a lot of money... but they gave you a free lift too so i guess its not too bad
Very true. Can't argue with a free lift!
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cant wait to see the pics kyle!
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