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Old 01-29-2004, 12:58 PM
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Daystar lift kit

Oklahoma City here.

Purchased a Daystar 2.5" lift kit for the front end of my truck but seem to be having trouble finding someone to install it for me. Must be a liability or Warrenty issue stoping some places from installing these.

Does anyone know a reputable place where I can get these installed? Preferably not by a high schooler. South OKC or Moore/Norman would work best for me.

Thanks for your help.
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XLT XTC,

If you were up around Tulsa I'd suggest Sam's Offroad or
Harmon 4WD to advise you. As far as OKC- keep checking
this thread, we'll figure something out. And welcome to
Oklahoma Chapter!

Does anybody else have an idea or suggestion? Dive in!

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