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Old 03-09-2007
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full crank on superlift?

installing lift tomarrow and would like to get max lift hight but it says in the instructions that it can wear or damage the components... would it basically be like my stock maxed out T bar crank? what should i do?
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i didnt crank mine all the way but it was close. might as well
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cant imagine it would be any worse/more stressful on components than maxed bars w/o the SL.

lookin forward to seein your truck lifted w/lots of pics and before and after measurments. have fun!
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thats what i was thinking....o yea tomarrow will be loads of fun!
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how did it go?
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it went great thanks for the help
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