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I would like to recommend Chad to anybody...he is a great guy (even though he's a yankee) I bought a Superlift off of him for a great price. It was a hassle on both ends tryin to get this lift, but its here all parts in great shape just like he said. Thanks alot Chad...will buy from you anytime.

Here is the lift, any of yall that has put one of these on make sure i have everything and nothing got lost...thanks




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Cool, hope your painting all of that before you put it on..

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Nope....as much as i pressure wash under my truck paint would not last a week
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Glad to see everything made it. How was the packaging and can you still make out the marks I made so you would know how the parts go back together?

I guess I should of cleaned it up a little.
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Glad to see everything made it. How was the packaging and can you still make out the marks I made so you would know how the parts go back together?

I guess I should of cleaned it up a little.
yep...the driveshaft was a little greasey too.
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I forgot and don't know if you noticed but the flange that bolts to the tcase is not bolted down tight to the drive shaft.
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Nope....as much as i pressure wash under my truck paint would not last a week
use por-15. it will not come off with pressure washer and it is super easy to apply.
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I forgot and don't know if you noticed but the flange that bolts to the tcase is not bolted down tight to the drive shaft.
easy fix
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use por-15. it will not come off with pressure washer and it is super easy to apply.
This truck does go offroad every now and then...i just dont care that the under carriage is not bright and shiney
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Its also protects against surface rust and such also. I would put it on there for general protection from everything. Everyone around here uses it or the herculiner stuff and we go out every weekend hehe.
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Its also protects against surface rust and such also. I would put it on there for general protection from everything. Everyone around here uses it or the herculiner stuff and we go out every weekend hehe.
por-15 is not bright and shiney. it is rust free.
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por-15 is not bright and shiney. it is rust free.
How much a can? where can you get it? Paint it before the install or after?
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http://marine-paint.com/merchant.mvc...ory_Code=POR15


not cheap but this stuff works well... id do it before you install it all
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id paint it before.

glad the kit made it to a good home. ive got alot of man hours in that superlift kit.
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Walmart rust preventive in a spray can is more in my price range
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Walmart rust preventive in a spray can is more in my price range
Wahtever you want, just try to clean em off, its good for the longevity of the parts. It rusts in that tiny state you called texas!



heh. heh. heh.
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Wahtever you want, just try to clean em off, its good for the longevity of the parts. It rusts in that tiny state you called texas!



heh. heh. heh.
Not as bad as up north where they salt the roads in winter
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sweet! that is going to make those 15x10's look more killer than they already do!
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chad is a good guy, i helped him take that lift off, glad to see everything worked out ok.
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sweet! that is going to make those 15x10's look more killer than they already do!
ya when i go 35s it will look even better
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