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Ozified 4/4" EA82 lift.


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#1 WoodsWagon

WoodsWagon

    Formerly 91Loyale

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Posted 30 October 2006 - 11:17 PM

Great setup, works as advertised. Easy to install if you follow supplied directions to the letter. Great quality.

Needs improvement in the strut rod area. Tends to topple 3 seperate blocks and tear unibody in that area. All other areas of the lift are awesome.

Strut caps are nicely welded, plated, and keep the suspension geometry right.

First impression from when I recieved it:

Oh boy! I got my lift today.
Thankyou thankyou thankyou
Its beautiful :slobber: :slobber:
all that shiny metal.
mmmmmmm.....

Thank you very much. The directions make it sound so easy to install. I've taken off all the things neccacary before, so I know it will be harder than expected. Nice workmanship. I admire the welds.






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