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Old 11-17-2010
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AAL Find?

Ganna buy AAL, does anyone know the part number for it. I have a 2004 extended cab 4x4
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Procomp short AAL is #13120.
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Old 11-18-2010
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is that what everyone uses?

and is this what I wanna get?.....
http://www.summitracing.com/parts/EXP-13120/

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I have procomp's long aal. gave me 2 inches of lift and it rides softer, not sure of the part number
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so which is better> short AAL or long AAL?
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I have a set of short AALs that gave me 1 3/4-2in of lift. I took them out a couple of years ago and have no need for them. Shipping may be high cause they are basically a curved peice of steel.
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what brand and how much would you want?
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Im goin to sell them for pick up only...I called about shipping and usp told me it would cost avg 40-45 to ship inside the lower 48. Shipping cost more the springs are worth.
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Im not coming to Texas to get AAL, They are not expensive anyway, I'll get them from Summit Racing since I live an hour away anyway.
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