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gonna be makin lift kit for lady foreman and railroader does any body else want one-let me know
 

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I believe we will take 2 sets I just got back from Lowes &
bought some Rustoleum enamel spray paint. I'm paintin' our stock
springs yellow. Mine is done. I'll do hers tomorrow.
 

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QUOTE ("Railroader":3mho7vz0)
I believe we will take 2 sets I just got back from Lowes &
bought some Rustoleum enamel spray paint. I'm paintin' our stock
springs yellow. Mine is done. I'll do hers tomorrow.
If you have that much free time you need to work more.
 

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If i worked anymore, i wouldn't even be at home. I have a couple
of hours to do things each day.
 

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How's the lifts comin' along Nate? One more day .
 

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I want a lift kit how big can you make them and what other things will i need to buy such as new axles or anything? how much will you charge?
 

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nice post, I was looking for something like that last week.
 

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I highly recomend the Nate lift. 2nd to none. I give it
10 thumbs up.
 

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While we where in East Tx. i had some time to make Jennifers
lift for her Foreman. I just so happened to bring a lot of my
tools just in case we lost the house durin' the storm. I also
brought the steel with me. I measured, cut, & drilled them
out Friday evening &just got through puttin' it on. I think i did
a pretty good job since that was my first one. I made them in
about an hour & a half. The steel that i used was much
better than the stuff Highlifter uses.
 

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Congrats!

From the way you talked, you didn't know which end of a screw driver to use. I'm glad to hear you built it. Way to go.
 

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QUOTE ("Truegrit":10yauxt1)
Congrats!

From the way you talked, you didn't know which end of a screw driver to use. I'm glad to hear you built it. Way to go.
All he had to do was copy the one Nate made! Looks good!
 

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Not really. As long as you can measure & half way cut
metal, you can make them. If i can do it, anybody can.
 

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Made a homemade lift like the one on the website posted here, wiith on change, i used 2.0 inches center to center instead of the 1.5 inches. It gave me about 3.5 inches of lift. However when it is on the jack the cv joints are stressed and rubbing, does this mean it is too much. I don't want to blow it out if i get a wheel off the ground. With it on the ground and the weight on it it does fine, no rubbing and is smooth riding. Let me know what you think.
 
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