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Anyone ever use or know anyone who has used Chassis Tech lift kits.
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I beleive Chasis Tech is also AIM do a search on google for AIM lift kits of chasis tech lift kits and you'll find a few places
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AVOID AT ALL COSTS, never use AIM or Chasis Tech parts on things that matter like suspension and electrical.
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i havent heard anything about their lifts kits, but overall, most people i have talked to do NOT like their lowering kits, but i dont know if that transfers over to the lift kits...


Also, you have to realize that your getting what you paid for, just cause its a cheaper lift, does not mean it holds up well to offroad use
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AVOID AT ALL COSTS, never use AIM or Chasis Tech parts on things that matter like suspension and electrical.
I have heard the same exact thing many times... I would avoid it myself...
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Thanks ive been getting the same response everywhere
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no it hasn't actually, a lot of people LIKE chasistech.... what is so wrong? he might not wanna lay frame and that's the only reason people use dream beams is to get lower.
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I know on there lower parts, several people have had problems with beams bending. Also, everthing AIM makes is crap.
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I know on there lower parts, several people have had problems with beams bending. Also, everthing AIM makes is crap.
your opinion is your opinion I respect that but go on RPS and it'll be a 50/50 desicion of those who like and don't like them.

I just wish you'd explain more instead of jsut saying it's crap, jsut trying to get a ncie little debate going that's all.
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