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Old 08-26-2007, 12:30 PM   #61
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Don't get the RC kit. The FT kit is worth waiting for over the RC kit.
but what about the sagging of the springs and the lies from quadratec+full traction?

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but what about the sagging of the springs and the lies from quadratec+full traction?
I really hounded David @ Northridge about the rumors of rear sagging on the FT. I also mentioned my other options were RC, Tera or Rusty's. He was very cool and helpful. He also enlightened me a bit on why some of these local shops have a tendency to push certain lifts and trash talk others. NEway, he double-triple assured me that of the 50+ FT lifts he sells monthly, he's can't think of one single sagging issue. After talking to him about it helped me to make up my mind on the FT. If you can cancel that Quadratec purchase w/o loosing any money, I'd call Northridge and see if he's gotten his shipment in. Good luck. Keep us posted.

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well we will see if quadratec ends up being a Bch

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