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Icon4 4" k358 superlift for sale!! Mobile,AL

used 4" superlift k358 model for sale.
This model has the knuckles that are drilled to accept both size rotors for the ranger.

THIS SALE IS FOR THE LIFT BRACKETS AND KNUCKLES ONLY NO SHOCKS INCLUDED!

But this is the superlift brackets and knuckles before refinishing.


Should have pictures of refinished brackets and knuckles soon.

Great deal someone buy this lift!! I won't take any lower offers. If your not serious about purchasing then please don't waste my time.


$1100 shipped!!. PayPal is the only payment accepted

1000$ for the lift 100$ added to cover shipping costs.

Price adjustments for anyone living out of the USA or in Alaska. Anywhere that could cause shipping prices to be outrageous.

1000$ for local pickup I am willing to meet halfway depending on distance.

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installments? **
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Emailed you with a response.

Anyone else interested can pm me and I will give a email or phone number for quicker communication.

Thanks
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Lift still available
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I am mosr definetly interested. Im ordering my coilovers friday, and will be purchasing A superlift in 2 weeks. Have you got the new pictures or refinished pictures yet?
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I have the pictures from when I used aircraft stripping. The powder coating was taking to long to come off. I didn't purchase a aggressive enough blast media. I didn't want the brackets to be pitted or anything so I used strip to remover the majority of the powder coating. Followed up with the blast media ect. I've uploaded alot of pictures. If you are serious about the lift you have my email and phone number in a previous pm. Please contact me through either and ill do my best to take the pictures for you.

Just have been beyond busy so a email or text message with a reminder to get the pictures will go a long way.
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Man, I need those knuckles! I've found a decent deal on the rest of the components.
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Man, I need those knuckles! I've found a decent deal on the rest of the components.
You can order just the knuckles from a super lift dealer. I think I paid around $400. That was a couple years ago.
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Yup I believe they run between 400-580$ just off the top of my head numbers. I'm not interested in splitting the lift up. I'd rather it go as a complete kit minus the shocks. If you change you mind and want the entire lift then shoot me a pm.

If it doesn't sell by next week then I'm probably just going to keep it.
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Bump still for sale
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Hey the funny thing is im serious as hell and im actually coming to birmingham and huntsville sep 20 21 22. I just wanted to see refinished pics as that will determine whether i want it or not , i dont want to waist anybodys time, but savings in shipping saves money. I just can get a new kit for low price now o didnt see eralier post? Will it be refinshed? Ive been busy too.

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Actually have it finished and just haven't got around to uploading the pics. That weekend is my birthday weekend. Honestly id spend more in gas round trip to Birmingham than itd cost in shipping.
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This thing still kicking around?
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What did you do for a driveshaft?
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Had a local shop build a shaft. It was cheaper than the superlift one.. I'm sure you can find a post on this site somewhere relating this topic. You get a donor shaft from another vehicle I believe a wrangler front shaft with a slip yoke,1310 universal joints and have the shop install a double cardon??? Don't quote me I may have spelled that wrong..

Last but not least have them find you a flange to mount to the transfercase or someone on here may be able to point you in the right directions.. You could even have them build a new yoke for the transfercase. Many possibilities
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Had a local shop build a shaft. It was cheaper than the superlift one.. I'm sure you can find a post on this site somewhere relating this topic. You get a donor shaft from another vehicle I believe a wrangler front shaft with a slip yoke,1310 universal joints and have the shop install a double cardon??? Don't quote me I may have spelled that wrong..

Last but not least have them find you a flange to mount to the transfercase or someone on here may be able to point you in the right directions.. You could even have them build a new yoke for the transfercase. Many possibilities
I got the SL shaft when I bought my lift off a member here. I was just wondering what you did about a drive shaft. Why are you not including it in the kit? You don't need a drive shaft for a lifted truck anymore.
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I need a driveshaft regardless if my truck is lifted or not. The kit is being sold because I have 2 kits at the moment. One kit was used and corroded and had to be stripped and repainted. Currently my ranger isn't lifted and has the factory drive shaft. I did not mention the drive shaft because it was never going to be up for sale unless I ended up doing a sas. Even then I could still use it depending on the length and flange needed.
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I see, its going to be hard to sell an incomplete kit where the buyer will need shocks, drive shaft, rear lift, and possibly new hardware. This is why 5 months later its still for sale. Ive seen alot of lift kits sold on here and the ones that sell quick are complete or the seller is willing to part it out. Just a little advise, make it a complete kit or be willing to part it out, otherwise good luck on the sale.
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I see, its going to be hard to sell an incomplete kit where the buyer will need shocks, drive shaft, rear lift, and possibly new hardware. This is why 5 months later its still for sale. Ive seen alot of lift kits sold on here and the ones that sell quick are complete or the seller is willing to part it out. Just a little advise, make it a complete kit or be willing to part it out, otherwise good luck on the sale.
If it were me I would rather get a better deal on a kit like this. First the lift doesn't come with the driveshaft so that would need to be purchased seperately anyway. The rear lift comes with blocks to stack on top of your factory blocks which is idiotic. I would buy shackles and an aal for the rear or new springs. There are way better ways to lift the rear. The hardware that comes with the kit is grade 5. Just go down to your hardware store with the parts list you can print out online and buy grade 8 hardware. The super lift shocks are cheap. If you want you buy them from summit for around $30 a piece. Or better yet get some fox or bilstein 5100. You will end up with a much better set up. But that's just me :)
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Exactly it's a complete front lift kit minus the shocks with new grade 8 nuts bolts ect.. Even loc tite wich isn't included with the kit from the factory. If you don't think it's such a great deal for you then why even post? Go ahead and drop 1700$+ on a "new" kit. Not to mention the extra for the driveshaft. Or have to pay someone to put it on for you if you don't have the know how to this stuff yourself.
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Exactly it's a complete front lift kit minus the shocks with new grade 8 nuts bolts ect.. Even loc tite wich isn't included with the kit from the factory. If you don't think it's such a great deal for you then why even post? Go ahead and drop 1700$+ on a "new" kit. Not to mention the extra for the driveshaft. Or have to pay someone to put it on for you if you don't have the know how to this stuff yourself.
I paid 1,300 to my door for my superlift 4in lift kit used and it came with the superlift front drive shaft, used SL shocks, rear AALs with Chevy drop shackles, and all new grade 9 hardware. Mind you this was over 6yrs ago. I also installed it myself with a couple of buddies.
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So why are you concerned with my lift? If you just so happen to get a miracle deal or someone was in a bind and sold everything for 1300$ That's good for you I'm not budging on my price because I'm not in a bind.

I'm not going to argue with you. You don't even need a kit have any interest in buying mine. So theirs no need for this. Thank you for your input anyways
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