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RCD 4X4 5.5" Kit for sale, Tucson AZ

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RCD 4X4 5.5" Kit for sale, Tucson AZ

I am considering converting my truck to a 4X4 Dixon Bros long travel setup. As such, I am looking to possibly sale all of the front components of my RCD kit. The kit is 8-months old and is in good shape. I have the original 600# coils, 700# coils (installed), and just purchased a set of new in box 750# hypercoils. I have contacted RCD and they said that the rear components (that I am going to keep) can be purchased directly from them. I have most of the prices for the RCD stuff, I can provide the prices by PM if the transaction gets to that point. My price is $1,500.00 for all the front parts and the three sets of coils. I can also include, if requested, my CV half shafts and stock lowers that are preped and have the coil shock mount installed. Lower A-arms will need new ball joints. Shipping and Paypal fees will be in addition to the $1,500.00 price. I am willing to drive and meet someone within a 3-hour drive from Tucson, AZ.

This kit will greatly improve the look and ride quality of your torsion bar suspension truck. The included replacement coils will address the droop complaint that is most commonly voiced about this kit.

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i would like this, but i am broke for the time being. if you still have it at the end of the month we will talk
 
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I would be interested, but i already have an RcD good luck with the sale dude
 
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IS there any way you would ship up to Canada? If so, can you provide a price to v4s 1e4?
 
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Thanks for the votes of confidence! As for me having the kit at the end of the month, I hope not, but who knows. I am not sure what shipping to Canada would entail, but I will look into it. I will have to guess on weight, as the kit is still on my truck.
 
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Question. Would this work for a 2wd? just curious.

Plus I live in AZ...
 
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Probably not. I have not seen how the A-arms and shock mounts work on the Edge Model. If the shock bucket and upper and lower A-Arm mounts are the same, it might work. You would have to run the 4X4 lift knuckles that come with the kit, with 4X4 hubs. The 4X4 hubs would require the outer race and stub axle from a CV shaft to be bolted into the hub to keep things together (I have a set that might work). You would also likely need the rotors and disk brake setup from a 4X4. I am theorizing here so if anyone else wants to chime in feel free.
 
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Is that at Reddington Pass?
 
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The pictures were taken in Box Canyon near Florence.
 
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oh, your alot farther west then I am
 
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I actually live in Marana (northern edge of Tucson/Pima County). While Florence is an hours drive from where I live, it is worth the drive as there are some great 4X4 trails out there.
 
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I've been eyeballing the Dixon Bros kit, but with a hefty price tag of 3k, plus shocks, and install it's expensive! Mght as well do an sas for that price! Good deal on the RCD kit too, I imagine somebody should pick it up quickly.
 
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haha, ur about an hour from me then
 
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AYE

matt, wheren't you in 4 wheeler magazine
i just read that ****.
 
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I don't think that I was in 4 Wheeler Mag. Please post the article info if I was! For sure, I was in 4 Wheel Drive and Sports Utility Mag (April 2009). Four page writeup and inside cover photo.
 
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link?
 
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PM sent.

Your truck looks great by the way!
 
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Thanks for the props. Here is the link to the 4WD&SU article. If you like it, send an email to the magazine and tell them that you would like to see more articles on vehicles that don't carry the Jeep name badge.

http://www.4wdandsportutility.com/fe...cab/index.html
 

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linky no worky
 
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(its a 5" lift)
 
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Link fixed. I stand corrected, the kit is listed on the RCD site as 5" not 5.5".
 
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good luck man. if i wasnt lifted already id buy this. :)
 
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With the hypercoils it puts it around 5.5-6in though.
 
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Originally Posted by Quasi242 View Post
I actually live in Marana (northern edge of Tucson/Pima County). While Florence is an hours drive from where I live, it is worth the drive as there are some great 4X4 trails out there.
I've wheeled out there a few times when I was stationed at DM Great Trail system!!!
 
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is the RCD still available?
 

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