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I had occasion to be in OMA briefly this morning and stuck my nose in there. I guess I'm just not sure what to make of them and thought I'd ask perceptions. I was a little puzzled because I'd expected a whole lot more from what I'd heard, but I thought their selection, well,
I dont want to say limited. I own a business too and you just can't keep everything in the world in inventory. Less than I expected.
Mostly if anyone has put on their BDS lifts. Never heard that name before. The guy says they're very nice, almost comparable to a DR lift. I will say I didn't get the feeling that he was blowing smoke at all. Seemed pretty straightforward with me, nice guy.
Hmmm. Feedback? Anyone use them, like them?
They are in Millard Rob. If you are on L you turn left at 132nd (I think is the street, bottom of the hill by the new Walmart) and then it is a few blocks down on your right. It is across the street from a bar/rest. I think the Millard Roadhouse if I am not mistaken.
As for the original question… Yes I too was a bit disappointed with them. I have heard that they are pretty high on price. To answer your question about BDS though… Yes they are OK. On of my buddies put a BDS leveling kit (add-a-leaf) in his F350 to help support his plow. He is happy with it. Not sure if Rize makes kits for the 99-04 but them and DR Edge are supposed to be the better ones.
i cant stand them if you go in there and dont look like your loaded it takes for ever to get helped. and i thought from the past three times i went there they were rude. (thats just me though)
and for the bds system. a buddy of mine owns a tire shop that can order almost everything and usully has it over night. when we ordered a 6in for my buddys truck we were looking at the bds, fabtech, and superlift systems. he said that the bds were as good as the superlift systems and took about 2 to 4 hours longer to install then the fabtech. he ended up getting the fabtech and loved it.
1978 Ford F350
With an 2006 6.0L
sct with looney from DJ's
other minor mods....
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