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Old 12-20-2010, 07:53 PM
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Thinking about buying a 2008 Expedition

i'm thinking about buying a 2008 expedition limited 4x4, it has 82,000 miles and i'm wondering if there are any issues with these trucks or anything i should be aware of? also are there any lift kits for these or leveling kits? i wouldn't really want to lift it but i wouldn't mind getting a little more space between the tires and the fenders. they sit pretty low and i need a little more tire under there since i would take it off road some times for hunting and fishing. any comments on the 08' expedition good or bad will be appreciated.
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Check out Truxxx and ReadyLift. They both make a leveling kit/lift kit for the Expy's. I don't believe they work with the air suspension though.
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Check out Truxxx and ReadyLift. They both make a leveling kit/lift kit for the Expy's. I don't believe they work with the air suspension though.
yea i saw those, looks like they replace the air suspension.
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Rize Industries makes a suspension kit for these as well. It's some serious $$$$ but it's a very nicely designed system.


EDIT: I spoke without verifying my facts. The Rize kit is for 03-06 model years. Sorry.

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