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post #1 of (permalink) Old 07-04-2002, 02:21 AM
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Same \'ol ?,........ which lift and why

Ok getting down to the nitty gritty here in the next month or two. I've set my goal to be done with the K20 by the 1st of September. All I have left to do now is rear brakes, and then I can put my lift kit and tires on.

Ok so this truck will be mainly a mud runner, but I plan on taking it to Rosser in the next year or so so some flex might be nice.

Right now I'm gonna get a kit that comes with rear blocks, and later I plan on doing a shackle flip.

So which most complete kit would you choose for this type of truck and why?
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Re: Same \'ol ?,........ which lift and why

BDS mainly because of the reputation and the waranty. Or TuffCountry EZ Rides because of how soft they are.

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post #4 of (permalink) Old 07-08-2002, 01:21 PM
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Re: Same \'ol ?,........ which lift and why

I love my 4" tuff country. Very flexy. I paid $230 for front springs and rear blocks. Then do a shakle flip on the back. I already had a raised steerin arm which run about $60 +/- new. Also, don't forget brake lines.
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