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Old 11-27-2011, 04:35 PM
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Anyone here want 4" lift for your leveled kit?

I have a 4" (believe it's 4 or MIGHT be 6" not sure since I just bought truck not that long ago) pro-comp lift. Anyway, I figured someone on here might want it.

You're more than welcomed to it, however, I will need stock shocks (please be good shocks) and any other part so my '00 F350 can be leveled (I want approx 2" of lift).

I'm not familiar with these trucks and you'll be responsible for doing the work (I'll help) but the work must be done in my garage and/or my driveway (you choose what's more convenient for you).

I will be towing quite a bit and this lift will NOT work for me and my application.

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I will see if anyone that I know would be interested in it.
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I will see if anyone that I know would be interested in it.
Perfect! thank you.
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For clarification purposes, I figured out today that this lift is NOT 4". It's more like 8".... big difference. Just want to ensure folks know what I have. :-) I do NOT want a 8" lift and want either leveled or 4" lift at most.
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