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Old 11-16-2008, 03:50 PM   #1
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3" lift questions

Ok so Ive been looking into lifting my 05 DBL cab and I wanted to know what is the best 3" kit and do I need to look into a diff drop or anything else? I do like 75% on road but when off-road it usually involves alot of suspension flex and travel so I want it to be durable? Any suggestions... Would appreciate any help...
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Old 11-16-2008, 04:14 PM   #2
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Ive got a 3 inch lift of my new 09 i will sell you all have less than 25 miles. New bilstein factory struts with toytec 3 inch spacer kit new rear 2 inch blocks and u bolts , rear bilsteins with extenders. I will let it go for 400.00 plus shipping. Decided to go with icons never installed on truck.
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Sounds great but I'm more interested in aal's for my rear (I want the extra weight capacity) would u be willing to sell me everything for the front? And for how much?
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Let me think about it would rather not, you could always buy the aals for 79.95 and sell the rest. Thanks
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Sounds great but I'm more interested in aal's for my rear (I want the extra weight capacity) would u be willing to sell me everything for the front? And for how much?
If you are wanting to have better travel and articulation for the 25% you don't want to buy the spacers (sorry to kill your sale bro).

Get the right gear for the job. You'll be happier and spend less of that hard earned money.
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Sounds great too me... What would u recomend? Coilovers?
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