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also, what is the difference between these pre-keys and the readylift level keys or the tuff country level keys?
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That would be the cheapest place. Or, you could get them new from a dealership or order them online.
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also, what is the difference between these pre-keys and the readylift level keys or the tuff country level keys?
Pre-keys are stock equipment, and the others are aftermarket.
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what is the max that should be spent on these keys on the net they are going for 130
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what is the max that should be spent on these keys on the net they are going for 130
You could get them at a junk yard for probably $20 or less. I wouldn't pay any more than around $30.
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once these are installed would 285's fit or would it be better and safer to go with 275's?
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285's will fit
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I wouldn't go any bigger than 265's unless you plan to go higher. 265's fill the wheel well nicely and don't rub; although people run 285's too. You also have to think about gearing when going to bigger tire sizes.
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if i want to go higher what am i looking at what is the next kit i would have to buy?
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if i want to go higher what am i looking at what is the next kit i would have to buy?
Superlift or used RCD for suspension lifts. You could also do a 1" or 3" body lift.
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could this superlift or body lift be used also with these pre-keys
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could this superlift or body lift be used also with these pre-keys
Yes, they could.
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Yes, that's it. Although I wouldn't get it from Superlift.
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Ok. where would you get it from??
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Ok. where would you get it from??
Last I checked TRS Fab and Off-Road was cheapest for a new kit.

Superlift Suspensions at TRS Fab & Off-Road

Or, you could buy one used for probably half the price of a new kit.
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ok man, thank you for your patience and time lol, i will be kicking around on here.
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