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Old 01-23-2013, 04:34 PM   #1
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Looking for a reputable shop in Orange County

I'm gonna be in the market for a lift come tax time and I figured I'd start doing some research now. Just want to see if there's any local shops you guys would recommend.

Im looking into a spindle lift and not sure what route to go in the rear, should I go blocks, aal or new springs?
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I would go max trac for the spindles. Unless you have enough coin go cambrug. For shocks I wold go 5100 that are adjustable. Unless you have coin go with either fox or kings. For the back I would go with all pro leaf pack and some fox or kings. Maybe go with camburg or to uca's.

I can help you with the install if interested for wee fee. I have done plenty of install including 7 max tracs spindle lift in last year or so.
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Lsk suspension!!!
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I would go max trac for the spindles. Unless you have enough coin go cambrug. For shocks I wold go 5100 that are adjustable. Unless you have coin go with either fox or kings. For the back I would go with all pro leaf pack and some fox or kings. Maybe go with camburg or to uca's.

I can help you with the install if interested for wee fee. I have done plenty of install including 7 max tracs spindle lift in last year or so.
I'll definitely keep you in mind for the install, also is it necessary to replace the front shocks?

I stopped by a shop on my way home from work today, Suspension Specialists in Anaheim. They quoted me just under $800 to install Maxtrac spindles up front and 2" blocks in the rear. I've read on here that alot people recommend staying away from blocks
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Not totally necessary to get new front shocks but you might get better ride with better shocks. As far as blocks yes I would stay clear of them either get leaf pack or aal.
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