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post #2 of (permalink) Old 07-29-2001, 08:22 AM
Carey
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Re: BDS lifts?

Stay away from their crap! I had one of there lifts and it was worn out in less than a year. Their so called one line warrenty is a joke. They would not even return my phone calls or emails. Best answer I ever got was basically "it's not our problem". BDS is JUNK. Don't give them the pleasure of robbing another four wheeler. I no longer have that vehicle but saw it yesterday and the rear end is still sagging down on top of the tires. I've installed a lot of lift kits and for the money the easiest to install and actually seems to hold up well is ProComp. Yes believe it or not, ProComp. I've installed ProComp, Trailmaster, BDS, Rancho, Superlift, etc. I think Skyjacker is the only one I haven't installed.

I am impressed with the Skyjacker Guys when they show up for an event. Those pretty rigs don't just sit there for show. They USE them and ABUSE them. They even rolled one of them at the Round Up this year. Seeing how they test their suspensions I will probably go that route next time I buy a Lift Kit for myself.

Carey Smith
71 (C101)Jeepster Commando
97 (TJ) Wrangler
95 Bronco
Middle Tennessee Trail Runners
 
 
 
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