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Old 10-10-2009, 03:18 PM   #1
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air lift or ride rite help

i have a new 09 X that i put a boss plow on. i want to help the front end as it dips more than i am comfortable. looks like air lift or ride rite doesnt have a kit for the front end. does anyone know of alternatives? i know i can go timbren, just had my hopes on an air bladder (i think)

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2 door or 4 door?
If it's a 2-door, find a set of take-off 4-door tow package front springs- they'll push you up an inch or so, and still keep your ride in check.
Otherwise, a set of spacers is your best bet.
Also, thought I saw something like those on Bilstein - KYB - Rancho - Monroe - Edelbrock Automotive Truck Shocks and Struts - Shockwarehouse.com
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Old 10-12-2009, 09:50 AM   #3
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I have a ride-rite on the rear of mine and it has failed so many times that I just am giving up on it.
Sorry...
I think it would work on-road though. But full-stuff just kept pulling the line off.
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Old 10-13-2009, 12:15 PM   #4
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2 door or 4 door?
If it's a 2-door, find a set of take-off 4-door tow package front springs- they'll push you up an inch or so, and still keep your ride in check.
Otherwise, a set of spacers is your best bet.
Also, thought I saw something like those on Bilstein - KYB - Rancho - Monroe - Edelbrock Automotive Truck Shocks and Struts - Shockwarehouse.com
Mark W.
thx, its a two door so i'll give that a shot - tin
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