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Old 02-19-2004, 05:29 PM
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Question Where in MA can I Get a Lift??

Where in MA Can I get a Lift kit put in my truck done right?? What is a great kit for an 03 f350 supercab??
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Old 02-20-2004, 04:26 PM
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I can't answer your first question,but a good place to post your second question might be in the superduty forum.Welcome to FTE.
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Old 02-21-2004, 12:37 PM
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I had mine done by a guy in Holbrook, MA. He does a lot of ford stuff, mine was the first suspension lift. He does a lot of performance work to mustangs and those type of cars as well as trucks. In case you don't know where Holbrook is its on the south shore by braintree/randolph. I tried to email you but your email isn't on here. If you are interested let me know and we can find another to get in contact w/ each other.

As for lift kits, I went w/ superlift on my 94, but I everyone that uses RCD on their newer ones seem to love them. They make everything out of stainless steel if I remember reading it right. Skyjacker is also another one that you can't go wrong with.

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Old 02-22-2004, 01:31 PM
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I know where Holbrook is. What RCD?? I live in Pembroke and I want to put bigger tires on my 350, but the biggest I can fit with out the lift or so I am told is a 295/75/16. Whats the name of the shop in Holbrook?
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Old 02-22-2004, 02:05 PM
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RCD is the manufacturer, I was gonna put their kit in my 94, but they only made 97 and up according to their website. If you do a search on here or just ask where to get them you should find info on them. From all I have read they are regarded as the best.

He is on Rte 37 behind Obrien's Car Care, DMC corp is his company name. He is a one man shop and is very affordable for those of us that don't have thousands of dollars to pay for labor. He did the lift in my truck, his first one, and it came out perfect w/ 0 problems. If you click on my profile you can email me and I can give you his number if you are interested. I can put you in contact w/ him if you want, just let me know.
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Old 02-22-2004, 04:58 PM
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Notch,
Thanks for the info. I am sure I can track the place down. I have heard I can fit all the way up to 36", on my truck without a lift. On the faq's site here it says 33"'s with no lift. I wish I could just get the facts straight. Its good to know though that I have a place to go in MA that comes recomended if need be! I have to wait untill my account has been up for 30 days before I can E-mail.
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Old 02-23-2004, 12:04 PM
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oh now I remember about the email thing, that or you gotta have over 25 posts I think. I know Mickey Thompson's website and superlift's will tell you what they recommend for max tire height w/ each lift and vehicle. I know some guys use a leveling kit in the front, which I think raises the front 2" and leaves the rear alone. I would imagine a 35 would fit the rear w/ no problems.
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if you are still looking for a place in Mass to do a lift check out J&B Auto in Gloucester Mass they do outstanding work there and lifting 4x4's are their specialty they do lots of custom fabrication too very experienced real good down to earth guys. Give them a call 978-281-3675
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Don't know if this will help?

Transmissions Ect will do a lift also. They are in Plastow NH (on Rt 125) right over the border from Haverhill MA.....
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If your looking to get a lift in Massachusetts, try Elias. Ask for Lou. He has been very helpful.
http://www.elias4wdcenter.com/
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