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finally ordered mine, just so everyone knows i got it for 1500 shipped to my house brand new from 4wheel parts, i used the website store.4wheelingplus.com for the price match than they went lower, just a heads up for anyone waiting around for a used one like i was.....will be installed saturday hopefully i can figure it all out by myself.....
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Sounds good. Cant wait to see it.
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freaking awesome! cant wait.
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ya i cant wait either, i hate ordering stuff and not having it right away but i couldnt beat the price anywhere.......
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Sweet!! I will have mine on in a couple weeks!!
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glad you got one,go get some buddies to help
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im working on it but idk what everyones schedule is, i should be ok by myself cause im doing it on base and have pretty much every tool and lift needed.....
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Nice. Can't wait to see it. Good luck with 4 wheel parts. I would never order from them again but that is me.
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You will LOVE it!

If I wasn't building my Sami I would definitely buy another Superlift... I sure do miss mine!
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Nice. Can't wait to see it. Good luck with 4 wheel parts. I would never order from them again but that is me.
ya i was kinda worried but i have faith.......hopefully
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You will LOVE it!

If I wasn't building my Sami I would definitely buy another Superlift... I sure do miss mine!
ya so ive been hearing for like the last few years, idk why i havent bought one sooner, im kinda nervous about installing it but whatever ill figure it out
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wow, i wish i had money to lift up my slumping stocker. i need a lift but dont have 2k to put into a truck i got for 500
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Sounds good gonna look nice. dont forget your superlift driveshaft
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Very nice. Can't wait to see it installed.
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Sounds good gonna look nice. dont forget your superlift driveshaft
OR.....build your own using this thread for under $200ish.....

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=73188
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SWEET....bout time you got one...I was wondering how long you were going to wait for a used one...LOL good luck on the install bud...can't wait to see it!
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sweet, ur truck is gunna look sick with a superlift
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OR.....build your own using this thread for under $200ish.....

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=73188
ya ive been debating on what route to go, i may end up just making one rather than forking out the 450, thanks for that thread i havent found that one yet for some reason....
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SWEET....bout time you got one...I was wondering how long you were going to wait for a used one...LOL good luck on the install bud...can't wait to see it!
ya it seemed like it was going to take forever so i just forked up the other 500 for a brand new one.....whatever i cant wait to get it on, it will be here tommorrow so now im hoping i can get it all on in one day by myself.....
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If you've got air tools and know how to take it all apart it's a very easy install. I did it all with hand tools and some jackstands that were way too short and it was pretty tough just muscling through all those bolts! It's worth it though, haha!

Just take your time and follow the instructions. They are pretty good actually!
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i'm truly jealous... good luck man. and post up pics!
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i'm truly jealous... good luck man. and post up pics!
Maybe if you quit buying your woman things and not get sliders yet you would have the money!










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lol yeahh i know foreal. i just suck at saving money.
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lol yeahh i know foreal. i just suck at saving money.
hmmm I know a little about that. lol
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If you've got air tools and know how to take it all apart it's a very easy install. I did it all with hand tools and some jackstands that were way too short and it was pretty tough just muscling through all those bolts! It's worth it though, haha!

Just take your time and follow the instructions. They are pretty good actually!
well i will have air tools, a lift and pretty much everything else thats needed so im not too scared, kinda curious about how the heck to clamp the torsion keys but whatever i guess ill figure it out
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ya ive been debating on what route to go, i may end up just making one rather than forking out the 450, thanks for that thread i havent found that one yet for some reason....

ya. that thread is the most comprehensive thread i've seen on making a SL style shaft....and i was a huge participator in it as you can tell thumbing through it. lol.
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Ya I can see that I'm not worrying about it till I get the lift on
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