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View Poll Results: RCD or Superlift
RCD 38 73.08%
Superlift 14 26.92%
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Old 09-05-2007
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nope, the kit works with 98 to present 4x4 rangers
Sweet...now all i need is people who have put on a SL before
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Someone here mentioned 800-1000 for shocks... that's ludicrous! I can get 16" airshocks for my zuk for that much money, and those trump any coil, coilover, or shock absorber.
please do not pull my comments out of context and twist their meaning. no where did i say that $800-1000 was a fair price, good deal, or the best way to go.

i was comparing the price difference between the kits and the included components. RCD uses bilstein c/o shocks where SL uses super-ride shocks, that incures a price difference. a replacement RCD bilstein c/o cost <$500 each. there is your price difference right there. what is the replacement cost of a super-ride shock from SL?

sure you can get c/o shocks and kits cheaper. you can get a fox that nearly drops in place of the RCD bilstein for ~$240. you still need springs, but it cheaper than the bils. there are countless other c/o shocks available, many im sure even cheaper than the fox. but thats not the point. RCD used bilstein, that costs money in and of itself.

my point was that the price difference between the kits can be attributed to the differing components, in this case the c/o shock vs. the traditional shock. i.e. if one were to say, buy a SL kit and convert it to bilstein c/o's, the price difference in the end would be negligible.

i really dont see what any of this has to do with 16" air-shox for your suzuki.

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Nahh no kudos for superlift. Unless you just want to lift your truck to make it look better and never take it offroad.
I laughed at your ignorance and arrogance in your comment.


/Superlift user who offroads his truck
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Old 09-06-2007
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I've got the 4" Superlift as well. And believe me, it gets used. And it's held it's own so far.
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Might as well do a SAS for 3 k lol.
I hear that. then you can run 35-44's lol
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