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Has anyone use this lift kit or know about this lift kit? I'm trying to find a good lift kit. I know it's more expensive than the Rough Country, but I can't seem to find another lift kits that lift 3" in the front and about 2" in the back. I have read some of the other forum about lift kits quality and I agree with some of the people who saids that you need to go with quality for an 80k truck and that's where I'm at. Anyways, I don't know too much about lift kits quality or brands so any info on this one or any suggestion would helps.  Thanks in advance.

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Has anyone use this lift kit or know about this lift kit? I'm trying to find a good lift kit. I know it's more expensive than the Rough Country, but I can't seem to find another lift kits that lift 3" in the front and about 2" in the back. I have read some of the other forum about lift kits quality and I agree with some of the people who saids that you need to go with quality for an 80k truck and that's where I'm at. Anyways, I don't know too much about lift kits quality or brands so any info on this one or any suggestion would helps.  Thanks in advance.
Superlift has a kit also that's similar which is what I purchased just haven't put it on yet

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8 minutes ago, doozer78 said:

Superlift has a kit also that's similar which is what I purchased just haven't put it on yet

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Let me know how the ride quality is for that kit once you have it installed.

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Zone is made by BDS, which is also Fox Shocks. They make high quality stuff and warranty their parts for life. I had their 6” kit in my last truck for 60k miles before selling it. Used it and abused it. No issues. Truck drove great and I didn’t have any other failures as a result. They give a 360 plus warranty free. Essentially, they will match your 5 yr 100k power train warranty, meaning if you have a drive train failure and GM can prove the lift was at fault and therefore do not honor the factory warranty, then BDS will pay up to $5k for repairs. This never happens due to the Magnuson act.


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