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Old 02-27-2009, 07:57 PM
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What kind of lift to get??

Okay..

I just got through paying off my 04 XL F150 triton..

I want to get a mild lift...not supah high..but a couple of inches but I need help with the tires. I am new to the truck lift stuff...but a nice lift (2in or so) and some nice meaty tires..

Any suggestions and some pics would be cool..

I want to drive this thing without drawing to much attention by the police. Again..a nice mild lift..

suggestions please.. I know this has not been a real active place...but I check it once in awhile..so let's go Hawaii chapter...

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Head to Maui Off Road to see what is available.
Rancho has a 4 inch kit that reportedly allows you to run 35s.
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Head to Maui Off Road to see what is available.
Rancho has a 4 inch kit that reportedly allows you to run 35s.
maui off road...sounds good.

Where did they move too?

is Rancho a brand? I actually know Kris Valdez (lokela) who works there. Old childhood friend of mine. I know he sold his silverrado for one nice white Chevy truck that I think he bought from the mainland.

I'll go see what they get..
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Maui Off Road is near the Waipi'o Costco and Tony Autoplex.

If you head North up the H2 take the Kauka Blvd exit.
Turn left at Tony Auto plex.
Drive down that road about 1/2 mile.

In the new warehouses on the left you will see MORC.
The building has a blueish color painted band on it, the again
you should see the MORC sign.

This shop is top notch, and the Maui Monster is right in
the front of the shop.

Rancho is a manufacturer, but there are many
to choose from

Procomp, Skyjacker, Superlift, but Rancho has been
doing great systems for a long time.
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