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Checking Interest: RCD rear end lift components

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Old 04-06-2010
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RCD rear end lift components

I will be mounting my long travel shocks this weekend. As a result the final pieces of the 4X4 RCD lift will be fully removed from my truck. I have the following items:

RCD lift shackles
RCD add a leafs
RCD pinion angle adjustment spacers
RCD bump stop extenders
RCD u-bolts 28-spline 8.8
RCD u-bolts 31-spline 8.8 (new)
Bilstien 5100 (RCD spec)

Shackles, spacers and add a leaf parts are all bolted up to my stock 4X4 leaf spring pack. As a result, everything is ready to bolt right in. I am looking to get $200.00 plus shipping/paypal for everything. Per RCD this setup is expected to provide 3" of lift. I figure this might be useful for those that want to get rid of their Superlift blocks, are contemplating a spindle lift, or those that would like to eliminate their factory lift block. I would prefer to sell everything as a package, but will consider parting it out if there is enough interest in the individual parts.
 
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Wish I had the money to get this, and ur fairly close too. If you still have it in a month or 2, let me know. haha.
 

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Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Wish I had the money to get this, and ur fairly close too. If you still have it in a month or 2, let me know. haha.
Since I see that you have a black stepside 4X4, I also have a cool bed rack for sale for the same price . I hope that this stuff is sold within the next month, but will definitely keep you in the loop if I still have it.
 
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So I'd need to get components for a front lift to match it?
 
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Got pics of the bed rack? And yea, you don't have the front lift stuff? ... cuz I definitely need that too. I just bought wheels/tires today, need a lift now.
 
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Originally Posted by RLong31 View Post
Got pics of the bed rack? And yea, you don't have the front lift stuff? ... cuz I definitely need that too. I just bought wheels/tires today, need a lift now.
Check out the bed rack pictures in this thread:

https://www.ranger-forums.com/f54/to...-etc-az-99451/

Sorry, I don't have the front lift components any more.
 
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Ah damn, if I had known about the tonneau cover, I would have gotten that. No need for the bed rack tho. Keep me posted on the rear lift stuff. I wanna do a SL soon, but don't want blocks. Thx.
 
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Matt....how old are the Bilsteins? I may be interested if it gets to the point of seperating the package.


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So I'd need to get components for a front lift to match it?
Yeah.... Unless you like the classic dragster look. lol.... RCD rear lift is right about 4-4.5". Trevor's rear end is about 1-1.5" taller than mine. I've got 3" lift(6400 shackles and short AAL). Trevor is all RCD.
 
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i hate you for selling the bed rack so far away from me....hope it gets sold though, nice fabbed up piece...
 
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[QUOTE=Fx4wannabe01;1637000]Matt....how old are the Bilsteins? I may be interested if it gets to the point of seperating the package.

Bilsteins are18 months to 24 months old. They probably have somewhere around 30,000 on them. They seem fine and do not have any leaks. My neighbor is likely going to buy everything, but may not want the shocks. If that is the case, I would do the shocks for $50 plus shipping. New I think that they run $85.00+/- each.
 
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Okay, Matt. Let me know. Don't put me down as a definate buyer, I'm still floating on if i even need 'em or not. lol.
 
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Originally Posted by Fx4wannabe01 View Post
Yeah.... Unless you like the classic dragster look. lol.... RCD rear lift is right about 4-4.5". Trevor's rear end is about 1-1.5" taller than mine. I've got 3" lift(6400 shackles and short AAL). Trevor is all RCD.
I'm totally diggin the dragster look, I'll do this and prolly lower the front. I'd be ballin then
 
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25's up front.....35's out back! GANGSTA!!




/end hack. carry on... lol.
 
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