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Post pics of 6 inch RCD Lift 2wd

Does anybody have the rcd 6 inch lift for 2wd rangers, can you post pictures of it? The only picture I have seen are on their website and I was curious who has it and what it looks like on different trucks.
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If you o up to the top and search for it, there are like 6 or 7 trucks that have that kit and it does really well, also try checkin' out cardomain, there's quite a few on there that have it as well.
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are those for the 2wd channing? I thought all the RCD guys here were 4x4
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are those for the 2wd channing? I thought all the RCD guys here were 4x4
http://www.racecardynamics.com/produ.../ford/ford.htm
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Yeah, I didn't notice the 2wd part...oops. I'm sure they look the same, though.
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I don't really keep up on the 2wd stuff but I think camburg or somebody makes a similar lift. Coil spring conversion.
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nope, it's just a plain ole spindle lift but with an option for 2 shocks. you have to crank your t-bars to get up to 6"

Most XXX-in lifts all look the same with the exception that some of them push the wheels out a little like the Fabtech spindles, which lift about 3".

The only real difference is what wheels and tires you run with it, what type of bed you have and what look you prefer. Recently my mom hit my bed and I might be getting a new one, so I've been considering the "looks" I can achieve.

Zach (zabeard) has a really good looking truck. In this picture he has 15x10 MT Classic II rims with 35x1250R15 MT/Rs and a Stepside(??) bed. I used this picture because Zach has 7" of lift (4" superlift /3" BL)


Here is an FX4 with 15x8 wheels and 33x1250 tires and a flareside bed and the RCD lift kit.


See the difference??

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I don't really keep up on the 2wd stuff but I think camburg or somebody makes a similar lift. Coil spring conversion.
camburg is a Long Travel Kit...RCD is a lift Kit two totaly different beasts...

there is also the 5.5 Fabatech lift kit knowning them its probly cheaper

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Damn... he's got coilsprings....doh!
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as far as i know the RCD 2wd kit isnt even out yet.
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camburg is a Long Travel Kit...RCD is a lift Kit two totaly different beasts...

there is also the 5.5 Fabatech lift kit knowning them its probly cheaper
yeah thats it, its fabtech

I think thats about the same thing as the RCD as far as I know, but like i said i don't really keep up on the 2wd stuff.
http://performancelifts.com/cgi-bin/cart/FTS981005.html

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They are about the same price.
RCD
http://www.offroadunlimited.com/Prod...&idproduct=266
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Thats cool i was just guessing because we all know RCD always wants an arm and a leg for ****
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