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Old 12-28-2009, 12:35 PM   #1
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Anyone Near Roswell Willing to Help?

Im looking into to buying a 3" toytec lift with ome front coils and rear aal's, the problem is one of the local off road shops want to charge about 260$ for install and idk seems to be to much for that. let me know if you think that is a reasonable price or if i am gonna get ripped off.
If there is anyone near roswell,GA that is willing to help me install this myself that would be awesome!
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:53 PM   #3
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alright, well it just depends b/c i am tight on money
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Old 12-28-2009, 12:55 PM   #4
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Dude i use to live near you, i use to live in Alpharetta. What offroad shop did you go to?
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yeah i know i noticed you moved the other day.

Southern Off Road Specialist, heard of it? or do you know of any other places that will install this?
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Old 12-28-2009, 01:13 PM   #6
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yeah i know i noticed you moved the other day.

Southern Off Road Specialist, heard of it? or do you know of any other places that will install this?
Dude i just got my Revtek spacer lift installed there the other week for 861
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oh nice! well then i guess thats a reasonable price for mine.
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Old 12-28-2009, 01:50 PM   #8
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oh nice! well then i guess thats a reasonable price for mine.
I guess thats not bad for installation fees, how much does the lift cost though?
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Old 12-28-2009, 02:58 PM   #9
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its going to be around 330 for it shipped.
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I work in norcross, live in the highlands, could possibly give you an extra pair of hands. Ive never installed one, but i dont really see how it could be that hard. I believe with a spring compressor it shouldnt bee that hard. PM me if your still looking for help, or want it
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You can bring it to my house if you want. I have all the tools we would need to do it: Spring Compressor, Air tools, Jacks, Jack stands, Etc. Etc. Etc.

I have done quite a bit of wrenching in my lifetime so I can help.

I live in Canton. Can take 140 (Hickory Flat) or Hwy 20 to get to my house. About 20-30 minute drive from Roswell.
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It is pretty easy to install if you have basic tools. I did my 5100's by myself and used spring compressors from autozone. Some people say those spring compressors are too weak so i used 3 instead of 2 to be safe,
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I work in Roswell, and live in Duluth.

Never done this before, but i'll gladly give ya some help if you need it.
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It is pretty easy to install if you have basic tools. I did my 5100's by myself and used spring compressors from autozone. Some people say those spring compressors are too weak so i used 3 instead of 2 to be safe,

Wanna help me with my 5100's ???

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Wanna help me with my 5100's ???


I need to find the time to pull mine off and reset them to 2.5" so I can fit some 285's......but right now its too cold for me to be wrenching outside.

Maybe after I redo mine
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I need to find the time to pull mine off and reset them to 2.5" so I can fit some 285's......but right now its too cold for me to be wrenching outside.

Maybe after I redo mine

I haven't even bought them yet, lol.

Maybe in the spring. I agree with you....too damn cold right now. All i wanna do right now is sit inside and play MW2
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All i wanna do right now is sit inside and play MW2

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The majority of my time since Christmas aside from work has been devoted to upping my stats on MW2
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It is pretty easy to install if you have basic tools. I did my 5100's by myself and used spring compressors from autozone. Some people say those spring compressors are too weak so i used 3 instead of 2 to be safe,

oh man i used autozone spring compressors too!!! if you want to save some time just get the springs compressed and the shock assambled at a shop (this is only if you're using aftermarket coils as well) then take the shock assemblies home and its only a matter of turning some bolts (slight euphimism)
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The majority of my time since Christmas aside from work has been devoted to upping my stats on MW2
ps3? add me...bholland1012

i did suck major azz, but have gotten alot better.
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