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Lift Kit Install Price

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I have a 2016 Sierra 1500 Denali with the MagneRide system on it. 


Shocks and ride recently degraded quite a bit and these are the original shocks. So, I ordered a new set - btw, man those aren't cheap!


Also needs tires soon. Everything is original as of right now. 


So, with already needing shocks and tires, I figured may as well do Wheels/Tires as well as a lift kit to go along with changing shocks. I had wanted to do those things at some point anyways, may as well now. 


My question is, I can do the work myself, but I've got a lot of time commitments currently and am considering just having a shop do it. But if the cost is outrageous, I'll just do it myself. 


I haven't source out work like this in years and I don't know what's reasonable and what's not, so I wanted to ask you all. 


What would be a reasonable installation price on a kit like this on my truck?


Installation time calls for 8 hours. 



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