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Lift Springs!!

Discussion in 'Parts & Trucks Wanted' started by FullsizeRocker, Dec 10, 2001.

  1. FullsizeRocker

    FullsizeRocker Registered Member

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    4,6,or 8" front springs '67-72 and/or '73 & up. Cash or trade, I also need some decent shocks 6" over stock or 12-14" Travel for Chevy/GMC.

    If you can dream it, you probably can't afford it!!
     
  2. Derf00

    Derf00 1/2 ton status

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    I have a set of 4" Pro Comp front springs that just came off my '90 Jimmy. Make me an offer. I also have 6 - RS5000 that were for the 4" lift, but probably shorter than you want.

    Derf00
    1990 K5 Jimmy 350 Edelbrock Performer TBI, 6in BDS Lift, Dana 60, 4.56, Corp 14B Detriot, 16x10 AE 589's, 37x12.5 SSR
     
  3. 79Beast

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    I have 2X 4" front lift springs for a 73-87 chevy. I'm not sure of the brand because they came off a donor truck. They have 4 3/4" free arch. $150 +shipping from GA.
     
  4. FullsizeRocker

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    hey Derf would you go $140 on those?


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  5. FullsizeRocker

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    Sorry Beast, that's just a tad far for shipping, by the time I payed you and UPS, I could have gotten some new 6 inchers from Tuff Country, I might go $125 if I don't find any others. Thanks!

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  6. stan2d2

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    I have a set of Superlift 6" front springs and rear blocks for a 67-72. Someone sold them to me saying they were off an 84. They came up short on my 88 Jimmy. There was a number on the springs(255) and I referenced them to Superlift's application table and they were for a 67-72. I'm from Pa so I know the shipping is expensive so make me an offer.
     
  7. FullsizeRocker

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    I'd go $140 plus shipping for the springs, not really interested in the blocks. Any cheaper and I'd have to buy new ones, not sure what shipping is like exactly tho, what's yur zip code??

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    My zip code is 18707. Let me know what the shipping charge will be.
     
  9. FullsizeRocker

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    I'll check it out, any idea how much they weigh? I'm thinkin like 45 lbs each.

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    The weight on the springs are 48lbs each. sorry it took so long for a reply. I haven't been on the computer for a couple days. The holidays you know.
     
  11. sarazk5

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    Ship with Forward Air. Will cost 45.00 up for first 100 lbs. It's about 20.00 per 100 pounds on heavier stuff.
     

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