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Suspension&Steering Discuss what Mods for the suspension & steering are right for you.

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post #1 of 3 (permalink) Old 05-15-2018, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
 
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Cognito 10-12

New member here. Tried using the search bar and google but no luck. I’m looking to do a 10-12 cognito on my 04.5 duramax ccsb. I have about a month of saved leave. I’ll be driving my truck from Texas to FT Rucker Alabama. Currently in korea so I can’t call to get my questions answered. I’ll be installing the lift in Texas or Florida depending on price. Anyways. I’m looking to do the “Basic” 10-12 lift.
Front 10-12
Idler/pitman supports
Sway bar links
Rear deavers no blocks
Front driveshaft
Bilistein front and rear
The only thing I plan on leaving out is the HD sway bar. I plan on going with their uca’s and krptonite ball joints etc in the next coming months. As long as my suspension checks out can I get away with the balljoints, tie rods, and wheel bearings on the truck now? I’d rather wait till those parts wear out and replace them or upgrade them a paycheck at a time rather than all at once. Can anybody help me with a price? I see them for 4500 but that’s with fox shocks and HD sway bar
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New member here. Tried using the search bar and google but no luck. Iím looking to do a 10-12 cognito on my 04.5 duramax ccsb. I have about a month of saved leave. Iíll be driving my truck from Texas to FT Rucker Alabama. Currently in korea so I canít call to get my questions answered. Iíll be installing the lift in Texas or Florida depending on price. Anyways. Iím looking to do the ďBasicĒ 10-12 lift.
Front 10-12
Idler/pitman supports
Sway bar links
Rear deavers no blocks
Front driveshaft
Bilistein front and rear
The only thing I plan on leaving out is the HD sway bar. I plan on going with their ucaís and krptonite ball joints etc in the next coming months. As long as my suspension checks out can I get away with the balljoints, tie rods, and wheel bearings on the truck now? Iíd rather wait till those parts wear out and replace them or upgrade them a paycheck at a time rather than all at once. Can anybody help me with a price? I see them for 4500 but thatís with fox shocks and HD sway bar
Since you cant get to a phone, shoot us an Email through the NCT web site and we will get you dialed in. Its easier to keep track of things through the site.
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New member here. Tried using the search bar and google but no luck. I’m looking to do a 10-12 cognito on my 04.5 duramax ccsb. I have about a month of saved leave. I’ll be driving my truck from Texas to FT Rucker Alabama. Currently in korea so I can’t call to get my questions answered. I’ll be installing the lift in Texas or Florida depending on price. Anyways. I’m looking to do the “Basic” 10-12 lift.
Front 10-12
Idler/pitman supports
Sway bar links
Rear deavers no blocks
Front driveshaft
Bilistein front and rear
The only thing I plan on leaving out is the HD sway bar. I plan on going with their uca’s and krptonite ball joints etc in the next coming months. As long as my suspension checks out can I get away with the balljoints, tie rods, and wheel bearings on the truck now? I’d rather wait till those parts wear out and replace them or upgrade them a paycheck at a time rather than all at once. Can anybody help me with a price? I see them for 4500 but that’s with fox shocks and HD sway bar
Since you cant get to a phone, shoot us an Email through the NCT web site and we will get you dialed in. Its easier to keep track of things through the site.

Thanks email sent.
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