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anyone ever heard of truxxx and know what kind of quality they are? tell me what u think of this kit...thanks....?

http://www.fatbobsgarage.com/cart/pr...07-447-19.html
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all this does is re-index the torsion bars, not a great way to lift a truck, maybe if you have a snow plow or a wench i could see using these to level the truck out.

you can simply tighten the adjuster bolts and get the same effect but the ride may be a bit more harsh.
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complete waste of $$ for that kit... that and 60% of the years are wrong
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why is that kit a waste of money, for someone that doesnt want to drop a ton of money into a lift kit?
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you dont need to spend that... go buy yourself two AALs from 4 wheelparts or sumwhere like that, then either crank the t-bars or buy some keys from somewhere else, you dont need to pay 250 for just that stuff
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if its $250...look for some used lift spindles...
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i heard the keys are bad for the truck... i asked about these before
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you can put longer bolts in your t-bars and do the same thing
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Quote:
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why is that kit a waste of money, for someone that doesnt want to drop a ton of money into a lift kit?

Because if you buy that kit, instead of dropping a ton of money into the lift, you'll be dropping a ton of money into the balljoints and tie rods that you'll have to replace everytime you blink.
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yeah ive decided not to do thgis, and u cant just put longer bolts into it if the keys is maxxed out...
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