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Periodic component check...

It's been six months since I lifted my truck and initially after the first 50 miles everything was re-checked to make sure nothing had come loose. If it did they re-tightened it. Now for peace-of-mind I'd like to do the same but I'm not totally sure what components to check. Please advise what I should check. Balljoints, etc.?
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Bump...

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what kinda lift do you have?
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Spindle, coil, UCA up front and a block in the rear.
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you can check alot of things, while your at it check u joints, brakes, ball joints, tierod ends, bearings, fluids, u bolts, might as well just check everything, might end up saving you money in the end.
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