Feeler----ReadyLift 2.25" Level with Rear Blocks

Discussion in 'General Classifieds' started by ajarman, Jun 20, 2011.

  1. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    I have had the ReadyLift level kit for about a year and the rear blocks for about 6 months. Not really sure how much I want to get out of the kit and blocks so let me know what your best offer is.
    Last edited: Jun 28, 2011
  2. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    Not interested, just curious, you goin bigger? If yes, what are you doing?
  3. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Going BIGGER! Just ordered the Rancho 4" kit this morning with the XL9k shocks. So I will have a set of 5100's up for sale too with about 1k miles on them.
  4. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    ....Bump....
  5. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    How much you gonna want for them?
  6. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    I really dont know. I paid $140 for the blocks and U bolts and I think $230 for the level kit. I would not turn down a reasonable offer.
  7. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    no no, just the shocks, already have the leveling kit.
  8. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Oh, my bad. I already ditched the 5100's. Traded them locally for a set of 18" Z71 wheels.
  9. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    You gonna put bigger rubber on them for after the lift or keep what your running now?
  10. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    I am going to keep my 295's on my 17's for now. I just got them in Decemenber so have A LOT of tread left. I am looking at what tire size I want to run with the 18x8's. I am thinking the safe tire would be a 295/70R18 34.8X11.75 or 285/75R18 35X11.30 or go big and try and squeez a 35x12.50 in there. Rancho says it will fit a 35" tire, but Mfleetwood is running a 315/70R17 and says it is really close to rubbing.
  11. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    Just my 2 cents, but I really like Fleetwoods stance, you can't go wrong with that. Dang, your truck kind of inspired me to do mine, that means I have to get a 4 inch lift in the near future. Your costing me money.
  12. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Hahaha! The truck goes in the shop tuesday so we will see how good it looks. I did a bunch of research (as with all my truck purchases) and talked to STB and came up with Rancho being the best for me. You better pull the trigger before the end if august because that will save you $500. That's how I sold my wife on it!!
  13. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    Well, my latest mod, or re-mod I should say, is to put the base for the infant car seat back in to haul my 7lb 8oz son around. The lift may have to wait. Although I like playing the angle of the price going up. Of course, I'm hoping when he turns 16 he can have the truck, so I could buy him the lift now. I'm sure the price will be quite a bit higher in 16 years.
  14. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Congrats on your baby boy!! I have a five month old boy and the base in the back was an awesome mod!!! The still thinks I am "childish" for wanting/getting the lift, but it was very helpful to show her I would be getting a big rebate back.

    7.8lbs. That's a good size boy you got there! Mine was born at 7.1 and now is 14.3 and 25 inches long. Growing like a weed!
  15. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    Nice, good luck with the lift, can't wait to see the pics. I'm with ya, it's tricky trying to justify some things, wife doesn't understand. My last one was that my tinted windows would make it easier for the boy to ride in my truck. That worked. ( reminds me, need to update the album.)
  16. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    That's pretty clever with the tint!! I am glad I am not the only one that has to justify every mod to the wife.
  17. Als09Sierra

    Als09Sierra New Member

    No, not by a long shot. Especially when you have to pay for diapers and formula. :)
  18. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Do you have a little one in diapers, Al? You have one around 5 right?? Luckily we are still on the "natural" milk but don't think that will last much longer....
  19. ljmueller

    ljmueller New Member

    Best thing about the natural milk, besides the price, is I don't have to get up to feed him every two hours. ha ha. About the mods, I had to convince my wife that my Duellers were junk after 22,000 miles so I could get the duratracs. We all know that factory tires aren't that good, right? Honestly though I know she loves it when she takes it somewhere and she's driving a more bad a$$ truck than most guy's out there.
  20. ajarman

    ajarman New Member

    Bumping this from boobie milk back to level kit. The lower spacer is still on my truck, but the 1.5" strut spacers and blocks are ready to be shipped.

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