January 24, 2007wow you guys have been doing a lot of research, the $623 price doesnt sound too bad but now that i am thinking about it this drop is looking really expensive i dont know what to do everyone is telling me a 4-6 drop is too much for my truck and that it will look stupid im really confused what to do thats why i havnt really been calling too many people so far about this whole deal.im even thinking on getting rid of my truck for a 99 and up 4x4 ext cab, my truck isnt really practical for me i only drive it a few months out of the year and i want somethign i can drive all year round but i change my mind so much and my truck is my baby, i am a write off haha so i apologize for not looking further into this after all the work u guys are doing to help me but its a lot of money to spend if i may not like it so im trying to think haha, thanks again tho guys!
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January 24, 2007$623 does not include the coils or the shocks, plus you would need to pay shipping from BC.
Good luck with your decision.
January 31, 2007for $623 I did not need coils, as it is not a cheap kit with spindles, I got lower control arms, and use the stock coils. If you look at any kit it is much more when you want control arms instead of spindles. The shocks were an extra $100 and shipping from BC was free. $723, and a lot of beer makes for a lot of compliments, plus I love cruising around in my LOWERED truck. I want to go a lot lower though. I'm gonna need air to lay frame!
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