Avg cost? Including new tires etc.
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I heard that it causes alot of parts in ur vehicle to wear out much quicker, is this truth?
Seriously though raised trucks looks nice as fuuu, only problem is most people will automaticly assume ur over compensating for something.... nom sayen?Ayrton Senna R.I.P > The greatest ever.
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I drive a 2003 silverado
put in lvling kit myself(was a bish because of salt/winter caused rust) 230$ raised it up enough to clear 35inch Goodyear duratracs for 1300$ installed and balanced
Friend with the same truck jsut got a rough country 6 inch suspension system for 1200 will post pics in mourning
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4 inch suspension lift kit + installation + youll probably need bigger tires = at least 5 grand.****KNEE DRAGGERS UNITE****
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Lol I was actually wondering this today too , how much it would be to lift one of the older style jeeps
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Lift: ~1000-2k depending on your height and brand*
*= You can put it on keys/spacers/spindles if you want, but you run the risk of ruining your ball joints due to bad CV angles.
Tires: 800min, probably closer to 1000-1200
Wheels: Steely's are about 80 a pop but you'll probably spend around 400
Labor: 500 minimum.
All said and done you can get it done for around 3k if you really wanted, but if you want it done properly you should spend closer to 5k.
Being lifted does not cause parts to wear out if done properly with a real suspension lift. Proper lifts lower the control arms and make everything nice and comfortable, making it more or less have "stock" durability.
That said it will ruin your milage, and depending on tire size you need to re calibrate gear ratios.
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