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Tinker2010-08-11 15:18:29 +0000 #1
Just installed a Rubberdown custom lift. I got a just shy of 2 inches out of it. It is well made and very good quality. It took a little longer to install than I thought it would but it is an easy install. If your installing one I have a few tips

a large flat screw driver comes in handy to lever the shock down once you have the spacer and bolt in the original shock mount hole.
print out the directions from RDC web site, I got confused on how the # 2 plate on the front was to be installed, I installed it wrong the first time , the attached spacers go againest the frame.
before you start set your shocks to the 1st/lightest setting this makes it a little easier to press the shock into place
a hammer and an air rachet made installation a lot quicker
a 2 or 3 inch socket extension would have been useful when installing the spacers on the stabilizer bar
Other wise it went in quite easy, the holes all matched up and every thing fits well. It seems to be a well built /heavy/strong lift
swampthing2010-08-11 15:27:39 +0000 #2
I'm glad it all went well, it is incredibly easy too. You will not be disappointed by the quality for sure.
Polaris4252010-08-11 15:25:50 +0000 #3
sounds good! thanks for posting!



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