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Old 08-06-2008
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so what do ya ll think about this
http://www.autoanything.com/suspensi...A2805A0A0.aspx
its going to be awhile till i get it if i do get it
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That'll work, i'll be a 3 inch taller spindle that will do just that.. lift u 3 inches.. Install is not hard, swap out the stock spindles for the new ones. and you might want to look into extended brake lines while you're at it. But i didn't ever get new brake lines and i haven't had any problems in the 2 years mines been lifted
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yea i forgot to say the spindle one.
that probably what im going to do after i get the expo axle swaped
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