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Old 08-31-2007, 06:11 AM
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Anybody know of a canadian distributor for ReadyLift leveling kits preferably in BC (in the lower mainland would be perfect) ?

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Nevermind. I gave up on the Readylift kit and bought an Auto Spring kit online for less than 1/2 the price.
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How much was it, if you dont mind me asking.
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No I don't mind you asking it was $120.82CAN including shipping. Of course when the pkg shows up at my door I'll have to pay another $20 (approx) to the delivery guy for brokerage fees. The Readylift kit I found on their website was $229US + shipping and brokerage fees.
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Hey thats a pretty good deal!
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2.5" Auto Spring kit is in ! Took about 1.5hrs to install myself (I have a compressor & air tools) and found the quality to be very good ie 3 gussets between top and bottom on each side, paint finish and welds and the instructions were very easy to follow and they included torque spec's. I haven't bothered with the alignment yet as I'm replacing my tires next month so I don't know how much the kit threw it off but I can tell you it ain't pulling in either direction.

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Hey thats a pretty good deal!
It gets better, when the postie showed up in the AM I was so tired from workin night shift the night before I gave him my bank card # instead of Visa. The next day he comes bangin away on my door again (in the AM) saying the # was no good. Well I'm just as tired as I was the day before and unbeliveably I pull out my bank card again, now in my defense it's a brand new bank card (new color,etc) so I'm not used to it yet and it's a similiar color to my Visa, anyways he writes it down again and leaves. This time I get back up to my bedroom and realize what I've done so I run downstairs and try to catch him but he's gone. Long story short it's been a week and he hasn't come back so I'm either $17 and change richer or my levelling kit was $17 cheaper ($120Can) however you want see it.

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A discount is always nice!
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