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whats the most inexpensive leveling kit/lift

just looking of a leveling kit or up to a 4" lift. Looking for the most inexpensive one or maybe even a used and just need to know what they are going for. Thanks for any help.

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Re: whats the most inexpensive leveling kit/lift

Suspension Connection is where i got mine. $250 for a 2.5" leveling kit. I have been running it for almost 2 years now.

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Re: whats the most inexpensive leveling kit/lift

they have the cheapest prices but I'd spend a little more and get the new springs instead of shackles or mini-packs.

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Suspension Connection is where i got mine. $250 for a 2.5" leveling kit. I have been running it for almost 2 years now.
Your running 35's right? And what kind of lift is it? mini/add-a-leafs or shackles?

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they have the cheapest prices but I'd spend a little more and get the new springs instead of shackles or mini-packs.
Do you know who carries it and how much?

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...mine is, check your PM's

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IMO Stock springs with a 3.5" shackle/hanger with some good shocks would be the best.


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Re: whats the most inexpensive leveling kit/lift

I have the added springs on mine. If i was to do it again i would have just got the spring package. I think it rides a little rough but oh well.

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just looking of a leveling kit or up to a 4" lift. Looking for the most inexpensive one or maybe even a used and just need to know what they are going for. Thanks for any help.
I have a 2.5 inch donahoe kit in the classified section

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Big difference between a level kit and a 4" lift...if I can help let me know. FYI cheap isn't always cheap in the long run.

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