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Shipping cost on possible order

Discussion in 'OffRoad Design' started by 55Willy, Jan 25, 2003.

  1. 55Willy

    55Willy 3/4 ton status

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    heres what I'm looking at getting from ya Stephen...
    6" EZ fronts
    6" 56" EZ rears
    Weld on Steering plate
    Brakeline kit (14 rear and 10 bolt front)
    Shipped to 97402

    -Jeremy
     
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    Anyone wana call him and see. Between my work hours, his shop hours and the time difference, it ain't happening.

    Thanks
    -Jeremy
     
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    I'll print it out so we can price it. Plan was to do this last week, oops!
     
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    Stephen

    I am also interested in these prices (cept for the weld on steering plate - maybe the bolt on steering brace would suffice though) and my zip is pretty close to Jeremy - 97404.

    Ben
     
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    Cool thanks Stephen.

    Ben, /forums/images/graemlins/wink.gif you copy cat.
     
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    Fine, be that way! /forums/images/graemlins/laugh.gif I'll just get the Napa brake lines that everyone was talking about!

    Stephen, if this is too much banter, lemme know and I'll try and keep it down! /forums/images/graemlins/rolleyes.gif

    Ben
     
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    Or get them from Knecht's (hint hint)
     
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    We may have to do some more calling around, this shipping cost came in pretty high, it's $146 for the 4 springs and the box with the rest of the goodies from us. I think that will come down by talking to the appropriate people, probably $100-$120.00 for all of it.
    6" fronts run $210
    6" lift, 56" rears run $370
    Weld in kit is $65.00
    Brakelines are $100.00
    Sticker, priceless
     
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    I just read your post and realized that I will also need some stuff that Jeremy didnt mention:

    Steering Correction (drop arm for now?)
    Sway Bar Drop ($$$ difference between TC's and your kit?)
    Transfer Case Drop (necessary?)

    Thanks for your help! /forums/images/graemlins/grin.gif
    Ben
     
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    Cheap and easy way to go on steering correction is the raised steering arm for $65.00, that is pretty light so it doesn't add much to shipping.

    With a 6" lift, I'd recommend our disconnects, they're $87.00 and really help out ride quality on a 6" lift. The TCI drop is just a drop for the front of the swaybar and isn't necessary with the disconnects

    T-case shims are one of the fine tuning tools for the driveshaft angles. It never hurts to run a t-case drop unless you're smacking the thing on the ground, then you'll want to leave it on the frame. With a CV jointed driveshaft you may want to consider leaving the crossmember on the frame for better clearance.
     

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