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Old 08-31-2008
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your truck needs a camburg lift, just do it
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your truck needs a camburg lift, just do it
i plan to... its just hard convincing myself that its worth it.. that's a lot of coin to drop on a truck.
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if you are replacing the rear leaves with some deavers or other brand springs. buy them used, and have them re-arched, it will still be cheaper than a 5-600 dollar new pair.

and also, FOA shocks are good for the money, if you want a decent shock. i would not even bother with bilstien 5100s out back or in the front for that matter.

sweet truck tho.
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Well figure this. the price of a basic camburg kit would barely buy me my shocks for my ranger. I have an 03 xlt 4x4 and the ONLY company that makes a quality suspension system for my truck is Dixon Bros Racing. I am actually in the process of looking into trading my truck for a 5spd 2wd with enough money to throw a camburg kit on it. so in all actuality its not that much money compared to a 4x4 kit
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