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post #1 of 64 (permalink) Old 09-06-2018, 07:55 AM Thread Starter
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ReadyLIFT 2” Lift

I’ve been a forum lurker for a few months. And, I’ve read most of the posts on lifts. When I searching for the end of the internet, I saw a new kit with a 5 year/60k warranty from ReadyLIFT. They avoid the sub frame spacers by offsetting the strut spacers. Thoughts?

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post #2 of 64 (permalink) Old 09-06-2018, 10:27 AM
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Do the rear wheels not get pushed forward when not using sub frame spacers?

I'm curious I would like more info.

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I saw this one too and they advertise it as a 2 inch made of steel but the details state that it is 2 inch on the front and 1.5 on the rear.
On their website it actually says 1 inch on the rear in the overview but in the details says 1.5 so not sure which is accurate.
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I pulled the trigger on it because of the 20% first responder/military discount. They said it ships out in about 2 weeks. And, I’ll report back after it gets installed (certified mechanic required for warranty).
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I pulled the trigger on it because of the 20% first responder/military discount.
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Installing today.
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Nice, get us some post install pics. How much is the lift 2 or 1.5 ? the website was ambiguous as in my earlier post.
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I’ve been working nights, so I don’t have a great photo. I’ll work on the measurements when I get a chance.
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I’m thinking about going this route as well. How’s the lift so far?
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So are the Gen 4 and Gen 5 suspensions the same? ReadyLift only lists 2015-2019. I have a 2014. Ugh!


PS: I am a Paramedic as well. Would like that 20% discount for sure!


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