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Old 12-03-2012, 10:37 PM
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Default Question about Lifting

I do all the mechanics on my racebike so i think im pretty good ... but do you guys think a intermediate mechanics like me could install a 6 inch lifting kit?

Im just trying to figure out how much it will cost me...

Also if you could tell me the best lift kit..

And i have a question bout the joint... if you lift the truck so high, will it make it break faster? any solution to it?
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lifting does put strain on ur drivetrain if u go too high.
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