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Old 05-22-2013, 10:19 PM
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The only complaints I've heard about the RCX kit are from Candy08 which is to be expected with how hard he is on the truck. Everyone else I've talked to loves their kit and the price. I wouldn't necessarily throw that one under the bus just yet. You could get a full RCX kit with kicker bars and Bilsteins all around and still pay less than BDS or Procomp. That being said both those are great options as well. If you're fine with spending the money of then I'd vote for BDS. Not a huge fan of Procomp. Their rear lift set up looks a little hokey to me.
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All valid points, already changed my mind. The engine three inches lower is not acceptable. Thought about the hitch and exhaust which I could have dealt with , forgot about the engine(duh) brain fart. Imagine a 3in. Longer tube for the vararam..lol. Anyway appreciate the quick feedback.... Looks like a six in. BDS or procomp still undecided on that. Any want to chime in on a great lift. I'd rather spend the $$$ and get a good lift. I've heard mixed reviews about RCX.
Most people would never notice the engine sitting three inches lower. Heck, in most cases a body lift will free up some space in the engine bay making some repairs easier. As for wiring, etc., all of that is addressed with a Performance Accessories body lift. Some trucks look better with body lifts than others, and the new Rams look great. However, it is the details that make the difference. Taking the time to raise the exhaust tips, mounting towhooks, ect. makes all the difference in the world.
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