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Old 08-23-2007, 04:59 PM
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Lightbulb homemade lift kit

okay, my buddy told me of a place to get blueprints for a homemade lift kit for the '80 and up twin I beam 4x4's. 2 yrs ago i wouldn't have thought about it, but given my welding skill, suspension and alignment knowledge, and the tools and equipment to do the job right, I now like the idea, but i can't find what he's talking about, ANYONE know of a website i could find something like this? any advice appreciated.
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I made my own once I just lowerd every thing down and put 79 1 ton springs in it.

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have you looked over at fullsizebronco.com they have a full section of SAS you might find something there

if you find anything post the info would be good to know about
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