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    Default ReadyLift SST Lift Kit

    Please tell me what you think about this lift kit as far as quality and how well it will hold up. Also, my truck does not and will not go off road.

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    Not real familiar with Ready Lift. I have heard a lot of good about their leveling kits. How high are you wanting to lift your truck? Looks like the SST lift is a four inch lift and allows you to run 33's. This kit does not come with aftermarket shocks, but if you are not going to be going off road you should be fine.

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    i am just going 4" right now. i might add a small body lift later.

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    stupid question but what is the purpose of spending money on a lift if your truck "WILL NOT" go offroad? Seems like a waste of money to me but hey thats just my opinion.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gambit View Post
    stupid question but what is the purpose of spending money on a lift if your truck "WILL NOT" go offroad? Seems like a waste of money to me but hey thats just my opinion.
    some people just like the look of the lifted trucks, i mean i love it. and im not a huge off-road guy, but i'll take my truck out on the dirt every now and then, its just personal taste.
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    same here. i like the look of a lifted truck.

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