timbits588
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timbits588

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    1. Hooligan
      Hooligan
      Anytime, its expensive but worth it
    2. Hooligan
      Hooligan
      Hey dude..I did the frame and everything else but the underside of the cab. I plan on doing it eventually. If you have enough do it, But make sure that frame is taken care of first, they tend to rust real fast. I have a thread around here called POR15 project if ya wanna search it, there are pics of what I did
    3. skip428
      skip428
      Hey you were talking to me in a thread about a arm rest can you send a pic of it
    4. Fx4wannabe01
      Fx4wannabe01
      When I first did the lift, I used a ProComp short AAL and a Belltech 6400 shackle. I still used the stock block. Currently, my setup is still the shackle and stock block, except I'm running an Explorer leafpack. MUCH MUCH better ride. Also rocking Bilstein 5100's back there since the beginning. Bought the lift used and the shocks were shot.
    5. Hooligan
      Hooligan
      Hey dude, I actually bought my truck with the superlift on already, so I never installed one. You can PM member FX4wannabe01, he did one, also member TurdFX4, he has one and should be putting it on in the next few months. From looking at the setup myself, you will need some PB blaster, air tools will definately help. The whole front end has to come apart, lower control arms, the knuckles, torsion bars etc
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    2003 Fx4 level II, 4.0 liter 5-speed, dynomax ultraflo cat back exhaust. clear corners, durabak bed liner, running boards, ultraguage, Superlifted with Coil-over conversion
    1997 XLT ext. cab, 2.3 liter 5-speed
    2004 XLT ext. cab 4x4, 4.0 liter automatic- SOLD
    1998 XLT reg. cab 4x4, 3.0 liter 5-speed-SOLD