how much should i expect to pay for an install or can i do it myself
i'm a college student and can do repair work but don't know if i can take on a lift kit. really can't afford to pay someone. i've heard most shops charge around 1100 to put one on. any older wheelers experienced in lifting vehicles wanna drive to my house or let me drive to theirs. i'll supply a few cold daddies(budwieser or coors) and whatever else you think we need in return
Drive down on a Friday, and I can hook ya up on installation. I will help install it, and maybe learn ya something on your truck. You can just crash at my house, it will be done by the Sunday of the weekend. I have installed 3 Ram Skyjacker kits, and some Jeep TJ (ugh, pain in the butt) kits as well, so I know what I am doing. Maybe even in time to do some wheeling on that day as well and test out the new suspension...:wink:
'00 1500 QC 4x4 Black Sport 5.9l Rhinolining, Flowmaster, 3" Perf. Acc. Body lift, 5" Skyjacker Class II Single Flex lift, 16-35/15 Boggers on ARE 767 15x10's, 4.56's stuffed in the axles
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