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I would like to first start by introducing myself as part of the team of employees that work for OFF ROAD WAREHOUSE in southern California. We have four locations with warehouses stocked with the industries best products and accessories. Serving customers for 34 years in the off road industry. We unlike a lot of others in this industry, try to take a different approach, instead of fighting over literally dollars and cents - we focus on using the forums as they were created for. INFORMATION and QUALITY, we look for long term customers, not the one time sale.

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I like your site. I've ordered from there before. Great service.
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welcome Nick! have a website?
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Here you go check it out

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sweet, welcome man. I have a question for ya, didn't rcd quit making the suspension lift for the 4wd rangers, that's what I've heard true or false, the reason I'm asking is because I was looking at your web site and noticed that you are offering the rcd lift. thanks.

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Welcome man. I might be ordering some things if the mood hits me just right.
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RCD 4WD LIFT

Your right they have discontinued that kit and no longer offer any kit for the 4wd rangers. What have you heard about the DBR kits we are able to get those. If your looking for something more mild we have a 3" kit with fox shocks.
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Your right they have discontinued that kit and no longer offer any kit for the 4wd rangers. What have you heard about the DBR kits we are able to get those. If your looking for something more mild we have a 3" kit with fox shocks.
Details? This for an Fx4? I looked on your site and couldnt find anything about this?
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Details? This for an Fx4? I looked on your site and couldnt find anything about this?
Not on the web something we just developed. It includes torsion keys, FOX shocks and an add-a-leaf.

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Welcome to RF! WIll have to take a look around your site for sure.
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Not on the web something we just developed. It includes torsion keys, FOX shocks and an add-a-leaf.

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Keys = Bad
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not always walter, depends how they are used. Keys alone would be bad, if its a limit strap setup with good shocks i think they will be fine.
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not always walter, depends how they are used. Keys alone would be bad, if its a limit strap setup with good shocks i think they will be fine.
Alright. I only said that from everything that I've read on here.

So what would you say would be a good shock setup for this?
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Alright. I only said that from everything that I've read on here.

So what would you say would be a good shock setup for this?
I'm not sure what you've heard but all torsion key lifts aren't bad. They don't over extend ball joints, there forged which is stronger then the OEM cast part and provide adjustable lifts. Ran with a good shock these kit handle great. Not to mention allowing you to fit a larger tire for more ground clearance off-road.
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So what would be a good shock then?
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