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Old 11-04-2010, 10:42 PM
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Just wondering if anybody in the Portland, OR/SW WA area could recommend somewhere to install a lift kit on a 2011 F350. I know Les Schwab does alot, but not sure of their thoroughness. Any recommendations would be appreciated.

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Just wondering if anybody in the Portland, OR/SW WA area could recommend somewhere to install a lift kit on a 2011 F350. I know Les Schwab does alot, but not sure of their thoroughness. Any recommendations would be appreciated.

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Les Schwab has always done good by me. I haven't had them lift anything (yet), but to the best of my knowledge, any lift kit they install they will have you come back to their shop after driving for a day or so to double check torque on any brackets or new u-bolts they install. It wouldn't hurt to ask if they would do that for you, either. In my experience, they will go above and beyond to make a satisfied customer. Any work they've done for me was done right, and if anything went wrong they were always fair.
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One Up Offroad.... They are in the Portland area. Safest system around I have seen.
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One Up Offroad.... They are in the Portland area. Safest system around I have seen.
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