We must not of had significant influence :rof
And let the record show the old man of the bunch deleted before "old" Tyler.
And as I was loading my Amsoil booty into my truck I realized I ordered 8 2.5gallon jugs and not 4. Guess I'm set for about 80,000 miles, LOL
Rancho offers a one piece all braced kit.Ok. JDub question. Most if not all lift kits have a separate front and rear crossmember. I presume because of ease of shipping. Would a more stable platform be created if the front and rear crossmembers are welded together instead of bolted and the same for the compression struts?
Depends on how big the ramp is bro.I'm no expert,
but i think its just a design they came up with to be different
like "Hey we did this!", :thinkk
im sure it has some pros associated with it, but....its not like these trucks are stadium trucks soooo is it necessary? That would be all up to opinion, IMO