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Old 04-22-2008
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Suspension - Possible to add something to the name?

Its sorta half awkward posting a body lift question, or anything not related to suspension, but related to lifting in there...

Woudl it be possible to relabel it as something akin to:

"Body & Suspension"
"Suspension & Lifting"

or something that fits a tad better and appeals to the crowd more?

Not sure what to call it quite yet really, but maybe someone else can put a topic update reply in here for a good idea on it
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I've asked before about something similar....


Body lifts always get put in there because they lift the truck. Some people don't know the difference, and always ends up being in the 'suspension' section.

I personally believe that body lift stuff should be in it's own sub category of the suspension tech section.
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Yep.. I mean.. a Body Lift almost sounds like it belongs in the "Exterior" even though it isnt really an exterior add-on.. oh well I suppose..
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Who cares just post it here. It all lifts the truck. If thats the case then we need to change a couple of the names of sections.
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