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Old 06-02-2009, 08:37 PM   #1
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I just need a little help......

so i don't have the money yet for a lift, I'm dam close to it! So the question is, do any of u know how much, or a rough estimate, a 6' lift from procomp, fabtec, or another good company (thos r the only 2 that i really know of) would be???
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A basic stage 1 kit(procomp, fabtech) with front drop and spacers is about $1400, the stage 2 kits are roughly $1000 more and come with better rear shocks and a set of coilovers for the front. Install cost ranges from 600-800 from what I've heard. Other lift companies include RCD(4.5") and Tuff country(6" with Racerunner/SAW coilovers). Since you have a prerunner, there are a few companies(allied is what comes to mind) that offer 4" lift spindles for the front which will give better ground clearance and be cheaper than the drop bracket lifts. You can combine them with some coilovers and get 6" of lift with them too.
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so i don't have the money yet for a lift, I'm dam close to it! So the question is, do any of u know how much, or a rough estimate, a 6' lift from procomp, fabtec, or another good company (thos r the only 2 that i really know of) would be???
Just being a smart ass, but a 6' lift would be damn expensive..
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A basic stage 1 kit(procomp, fabtech) with front drop and spacers is about $1400, the stage 2 kits are roughly $1000 more and come with better rear shocks and a set of coilovers for the front. Install cost ranges from 600-800 from what I've heard. Other lift companies include RCD(4.5") and Tuff country(6" with Racerunner/SAW coilovers). Since you have a prerunner, there are a few companies(allied is what comes to mind) that offer 4" lift spindles for the front which will give better ground clearance and be cheaper than the drop bracket lifts. You can combine them with some coilovers and get 6" of lift with them too.
so what would be your recommendation on how to go about the 6' lift, now the lift will only be for show I'm not doing any major off-roading but i might go on a trail or 2 but nothing extreme. and my main concern is the whole ground clearance.
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