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Bodylift Prices

yes iam going to put a bodylift on it and yes iam going to do it myself...but is $215.95 a resonable amount for the kit?
http://store.summitracing.com/partde...=1#Application
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well if summit is open today the store that is ...i will have the kit...and start unbolting my truck...lol...stay tuned for lots of pics from the picture *****!!
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stay tuned for lots of pics from the picture *****!!
We would expect nothing less =]

Good luck on the body lift install if you decide to do so.
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i doubt they are open on a Sunday........you prolly will have to wait till tomorrow.........Good call with the new lift.....can't wait to see pics
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If you want your truck to be a show truck, why not get a suspension lift? The look alot nicer and give the truck a more 'factory' look. Thats just my opinion.
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Eh, he doesn't offroad. It's just for the look. It's a much cheaper alternative.
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If you want your truck to be a show truck, why not get a suspension lift? The look alot nicer and give the truck a more 'factory' look. Thats just my opinion.
i love people like this you can hide a body lift so easy good gap guads we use then install a front skid plate even factory and we had asked people before if they could tell and they cant because there is no tool tale signs of it...
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you gunna get this on before you come in Savannah in the end of the month?
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he better
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clocks ticking.
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so did you get a body lift
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not yet....waiting on my tires to sell on ebay...
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i keep debating on buying it because i dont have anyone to help me do it and iam not going to paysomeone to do it.....i keep switching back and forth...
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You've got a bunch of members in that area that I'm sure would help!
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You've got a bunch of members in that area that I'm sure would help!
all hours around me...lol noone local that i know of.....
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it would take you a day buy yourself. get over it, just one show you have to miss.
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it would take you a day buy yourself. get over it, just one show you have to miss.
haha you got jokes....
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hey, heres a tip to save you money

get a 98-00 bodylift

you're not running a rear bumper so the rear bumper brackets dont matter, and since you have a flareside, its been said that you dont have to extend the fuel filler neck



Im running a 98-00 body lift on mine, got it for around 100bucks
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hey, heres a tip to save you money

get a 98-00 bodylift

you're not running a rear bumper so the rear bumper brackets dont matter, and since you have a flareside, its been said that you dont have to extend the fuel filler neck



Im running a 98-00 body lift on mine, got it for around 100bucks
so the only difference between my year nad the 98 models are the filler neck and bumper brackets??
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so the only difference between my year nad the 98 models are the filler neck and bumper brackets??
?????????
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I just put my 98-00 kit in. It is the summit brand and was 132ish shipped to my door.
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I just put my 98-00 kit in. It is the summit brand and was 132ish shipped to my door.

pics?!?!?!
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pics?!?!?!
Not till I get the rear bumper straightened out. We ran into a problem getting the old brackets off so it might just have to sit at stock heighth for a bit. Need cutting torch
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just do it over a weekend... you will be fine... and yes that is a good price
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