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Noooooo! Say it ain't so... How much tread do your duras have? We should swap suspension/axels/tires. I'm keeping mine longer then you are!
Still have like 3/4 tread. Always planned on keeping it longer but I get bored fast. lol
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Yeah I figured that would be the case


Now, WHY are you selling your truck!!?!??! It's a beauty!!
Time for a change... that and it never gets driven. Looking to get into a 2.3 2wd of some sort!
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Man oh man. This is just one more reason I am thinking I really don't want to lift my truck. I think it would look sexy but no real need for me to do it.
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^^Yea I agree.... I may just buy some new rims and stuff some big tires on there and and call it good
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Holy crap!!!!!!! That is $1000 more than what I paid for my used '02 XLT ext cab!!!!
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I didn't think that the super lift would give you anymore suspension travel. It just lowers the mounting point of the A-arms with drop brackets doesn't it?

Wow, 15 hours to install a bolt in lift kit with a full shop and vehicle lift, are you kidding me?

that's NUTSSS you could do it in your garage with a case of beer and a couple buddies half lit in 15 hours..

full shop, qualified guys WHO'VE DONE IT BEFORE.. 6 hours MAX !

the other morons....

Buddy in our group had one installed from Performance auto world in Halifax on a power wagon and only took them 5 hours and they had to do some cutting and welding.
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Yeah it's clear the guy really didn't want to do it... The guy has a 2007 Ford F350 Harley Davidson edition (done to the nines) and he is of the mind that anything but diesels are gay...
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^^Yea I agree.... I may just buy some new rims and stuff some big tires on there and and call it good
i regret double liftng my truck, my truck spends 90% of its time on the road. I wish i just did a body lift and 33s. But i was young and dumb. Looking back now, i could of SAS'd it for the price of my rcd and fox coilovers. Im even considering taking the body lift off actually. I swapped to 4.56 also- Its a great truck and its a blast to drive-but it would be just as capable with a BL and 33's. I sometimes feel that the weakest link is my aftermarket rcd- and thats not a good feeling when your on the trail.
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^^good point. I appreciate the input!
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