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Thread: 4" Ready Lift

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    Default 4" Ready Lift

    Maybe I missed something here but I'm wondering if anyone out there has the Ready Lift 4" kit. Any thoughts or ideas? Anybody out there?
    2008 Silverado LT 5.3, Rancho 4", 18x9 XD Addicts, 295/70/18 Nitto Trail Grappler m/t's, Westin brush guard, Go Rino steps, Truxedo lo pro cover, magnaflow, tow mirrors.

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    I'm pretty sure I remember someone having installed one recently, can't recall off the top of my head. What are your thoughts and plans overall?

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    Just looking for that little bit of extra height. Truck goes through some field driveways once in a while but never really do any "offroading". Basically just for looks.

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    Buy a real lift rather than that glorfied level kit. The ReadyLift 4" is about 1k and you can get a RCX 5" for the same price and have flat angles. Not sure if you are already leveled up front but you can run a level kit and a small body lift.

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    I pretty much figured that your opinion would be the most common one. I am leveled up front, I think I'm going to go rancho 4". BTW, your tires look good, are those the same rims?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ljmueller View Post
    I pretty much figured that your opinion would be the most common one. I am leveled up front, I think I'm going to go rancho 4". BTW, your tires look good, are those the same rims?
    I just got 20" XD Hoss wheels with 305/55 Trail Grapps. I like the 20's a lot better than the 17's.

    I think you would be very pleased with the Rancho lift and I believe they are running their $400 debit card deal right now.

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    What are doing with your 17" rims?

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    I had a co-worker that really wanted them and that is what prompted me into new wheels/tires. But if you are intrested in some Line-x'ed Go Rhino Dominator II's I can mail them out to you for cheap! ;)

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    Already have them. Good to see pics of your truck again.

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    Haha...had to try

    Thanks! Good to be back around.

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