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lifting my 1994 k3500 dually... help please

Old February 26th, 2012, 1:12 AM
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I ve looked RCD lift kit but couldn't find a right kit for my dually truck. Its a 1994 k3500 crewcab 7.4l. Its already got 2" body lift but I want have suspension lift. Looking for 3" or 6" lift. Any help please.
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Old February 26th, 2012, 11:07 AM
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google will do wonders
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Old February 26th, 2012, 12:42 PM
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If its a dually and you haul id go with air rise its a bit more cost wise but if you tow its worth every cent
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Originally Posted by cleveland63b View Post
google will do wonders
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If its a dually and you haul id go with air rise its a bit more cost wise but if you tow its worth every cent
i wish i have fifth wheel to haul but that wont happening in next 10 yrs. only thing i can haul a flatbed. i dont make a lot money. but really want have this truck lifted so i can go offroad with buddies. even 3 inch suspension lift would be nice. i ve searched all over google, found some but not sure if it will fit dually. i ll have to make a call to ask questions. but i sign up on here for help. and no one really helping with anything.
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easiest cheapest thing to do... put blocks under it. you can get 4 inch blocks under there, but be careful... because they will make the truck roll alot easier
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duallys werent made to offroad their general purpose was towing so you may not find anything that actually lists duallys, I haven't looked into them but I'd imagine since most kits are just leafs or blocks they'd work whether its dual or not
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easiest cheapest thing to do... put blocks under it. you can get 4 inch blocks under there, but be careful... because they will make the truck roll alot easier
I agree with you.
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