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Old 11-10-2007
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I'm not a fan of the changing the key process. And I know it may depend on who you ask. I have a few shops around me that swear by them. Here is the debate- Superlift is now selling keys for leveling purposes. (DEC 1)

Now business class one- if their is a demand you get into the process. People must be buying them- or they wouldn't make them.
Now a company of that size and rep would need to be careful not to sell a product that damages you truck as bad as some folks claim. Superlift does not need $$$ that bad and wouldn't want to stand behind their product that costs them money.

On their site they say" simply “cranking up” the factory system is not the right way to go about gaining minor amounts of lift due to a number of factors"

Just thought I'd throw this out there---
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From my experiences of playing with keys.. They work and give you the desired effect that onbe is looking for.. an appearence/physical stance being altered. The drawbacks are suspension travel is altered and wear on other parts such as balljoints and t-bars themselves happens at a more rapid pace.
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theres no differance from cranking a bolt and re-indexing the bar. both do the same thing, increase spring rate.
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