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  1. Almost the same as what the asking price is so it would not be worth it when you could buy them for less than that new.
  2. Rancho Quicklift Struts for 2007-2017 Silverado or Sierra 1500 trucks. Part number RS999901. Only 13k miles on them. I lifted my truck 6 inches and put Fox 2.5 DSC Coilovers so I no longer need these. They work great and have 9 adjustment settings that allow you to switch from firm to soft ride on the fly. These struts lift/level the front of your truck about 2.5 inches to sit even with the back of the truck. Local pickup in Phoenix, AZ is preferred because these things would probably cost a pretty penny to ship. Price is $300
  3. BDS 6" lift with Fox 2.5 DSC Coilovers 18x9 KMC Enduro 0mm Offset General Grabber ATX 35x12.5r18 Just need to finish my conversion to the Midnight Edition "look".
  4. Did you get any rubbing with this setup after the UCAs were installed?
  5. How did you pair the Bilsteins with the strut spacer style of lift that Zone offers?
  6. That is a strut spacer kit. They have a newer kit that utilizes "Vertex" adjustable coilovers with remote reservoirs and reservoir shocks in the rear too. It's supposed to a world of difference, but I haven't been able to find anyone that had actually used them or reviewed them yet.
  7. Thanks! I drive down quite a few fire/forest/mine roads in AZ that are rocky/washboard/deep sand. My rancho quicklift struts have done a decent job so far, but more clearance and comfort is always a plus.
  8. I'm guessing you dont have the Vertex coilovers? Do you have the N2s? Or spacers? If you have the N2s, how are they holding up?
  9. This has been my exact mindset, but I like to keep an open mind. If someone can change my mind, I'm open ears.
  10. I'm looking to do a 6-7 inch suspension lift on my 2015 Silverado LTZ 4x4 Crew Cab. Up to this point I've had my mind set that the BDS 6.5in w/Fox 2.5 is the best for that type of kit, BUT for ~$1,000 less fabtech/dirt logic and rough country/vertex has a similar style offering. I've always been hesitant to ever consider RC because of the price/stories about rough ride/spacers. Never heard a first-hand account of this style of fabtech kit. BDS seems legit to me and complies with some safety standards, but I haven't talked to anyone about it either.
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