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Hello guys,

It's been over 2 years now .There might be somebody who'd put a Rancho RS6525 or RS6524 radius arm kit !!!

I am still thinking about it...

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Imo i dont feel the rancho is worth the extra money unless your going off road . I have the ready lift with the 2.5 front and 3 rear .. Thats the
5 inch rear block . Good ride . As i dont off road just a look . Paid 520.00 complete kit. Thats all i wanted . Its all on the wants and need imo.
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I'm still enjoying the Icon lift every day. I wish it was a taller lift- my goal now that I have turned 40 is to run 40's.
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