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For those with 6" lift

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by stanman9, May 30, 2009.

  1. stanman9

    stanman9 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    I don't have the time off work or the patience, so I'm thinking of paying someone to install it. How much did everyone pay to get their 6" lift installed? drop bracket of course
     
  2. phozjan40

    phozjan40 Member

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    Well, Im having the shop do my tires, wheels, and lift so I am being charged about 600 for labor. Its a two day install. Taking it in Tuesday :D
     
  3. TacoMOnster07

    TacoMOnster07 Well-Known Member

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    Every shop I've been to likes when you buy lifts through them. If you haven't purchased it yet wait and talk to any shops around you. By me they used to average $500-600 with purchasing kit from them and they guaranteed there work and alignment. If something is not right they spend as long as it takes to get it right.
     
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