Getting those for sure!Gizmo42 wrote:I dont know what shocks actually come with the beginner kit (just says nitrogen shocks, not what brand and model). If they are the procomp es3000, Jeff has those and says they are way too soft and feel like the stock shocks. I would go with the OME 3" lift (at the bottom of the page) or the sport kit. Also get some manual hubs if you dont have them already ($100 with free shipping from amazon).
then called Calmini and got their shocks.
black98Rodeo wrote:As far as the brake t extension you only need one, it's located at the center of the rear axle, it just pushes the line up.
Med!c wrote:and the superwinch hub.
Med!c wrote:How much do the used generally run for?
Med!c wrote:and can someone explain more about the ball joint angle issue?
black98Rodeo wrote:Several people on here on running 5"+ on their rodeos, just watch your ball joint angles.
Med!c wrote:I've been thinking about calling ind4x and asking them if I can get a custom kit...
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