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AZ: 4x4 Parts SHop

Discussion in 'Rocky Mountain Region' started by BurbLover, May 26, 2006.

  1. BurbLover

    BurbLover 1/2 ton status

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    I'm looking for a 4" all-suspension lift for a 96 F350 4x4. However, the only place I know of is Desert Rat & they were extremely expensive. I'm in Tucson, but willing to drive to Phoenix, etc, to purchase if I can save enough $$. Basically, I need: front springs (bushings/u-bolts), rear springs (bushings/u-bolts), shocks, and drop steering arm.

    Anyone have any shops they'd recommend to me? Phone #'s also greatly appreciated. Thanks in advance :bow:
     
  2. pauly383

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    I would stay away from 4wheel parts , they aren't very nice to people with their blown up quic loc's .

    Partial to the Desert Rat on Broadway in mesa , that where the Amigos friends and wheelers work at .

    And I was treated fairly at Four Wheelers Supply on Washington in Phoenix . The big guy there ( corn fed boy ) waited for me after closing a few minutes so I could get a new Lockright on the way home from work , in time for the next wheeling trip :thumb:
     
  3. BurbLover

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    Thanks. I'll do a dex search and try to call FWS. DR in town wanted over $1400 for the parts. I thought that was high. After all, it's a straight axle lift, nothing fancy.
     
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    I would call around and see what you can find.... if you find it cheaper here in the Pheonix valley, call your local DR and see if they will match the price...

    A couple of other places you can try are Fly-N-Hi (on Country Club in Mesa) & Off Road Unlimited (on Broadway in Mesa)
     
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    Hey mark, find your best price and part #s and let me know, I might get a better price.
     
  6. BurbLover

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    Will do. BTW, I PM'ed you.
     
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    You can also call Dunbar Springs in Phoenix
     
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    East valley truck. They are in AJ and carry BDS at a decent price.
     
  9. rhino105amx

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    +1 on East Valley. Small place, but they are good to deal with. BDS springs are the best and not very expensive.
     

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