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Re: CSC\'s Wrangler S/R Kit Price

gonna try at makin it clickable here man.
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best i can remember, it is $350 for complete front (dont include spoa pads) and $220 for the rear (includes spoa pads). thats as of jan/feb when i ordered mine. prolly want to double check it. here is a pic of me playin on a redneck ""rti ramp"... if your considering it man, go for it. inquire as to the wait. i had to wait on mine, but definately worth every day. with the flex i got, i can drive across that car or until it flips on its side. whatever comes first. never pushed it that far. have brought the drivers rear tire 8 inches in the air befor attempting to cross the car completely. ended up coming off the roofline on the door. toooo tippy for me. only problem i have with it is, i run 4 leaf packs in the rear, sags a lil bit and i have already """S""ed the rear springs, and my rancho 9010s are too short for the rear. keep bottoming the shocks. oh well. nother $150 to blow on 9012s for the back. good money spent though!!!!!!!
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Re: CSC\'s Wrangler S/R Kit Price

Thanks Billy Bob:

I read a past post (while I was waiting on a reply) and Geoff Beasley mentioned that the complete kit was $350...that's the whole reason I'm a little confused.

Also, at this time I think I want to keep the set-up SPUA and see how I like it before going SPOA.

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