Reviewed By Dave M (Copley, OH) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —11/17/2015 7:13 AM
It went in pretty easy just hard trouble finding a power source. The suggest and fitting with the power source wold t work with my truck. Still getting use to it
Reviewed By Leonard D (SPRINGFIELD, OR) Reviewed for a 2013 Ford F-150 —10/2/2015 10:27 AM
Local shops wanted anywhere from 130 - 300 dollars to install it. I found some videos online and was able to install it myself in about 1.5 hours, in which I took my time. I've only had it install for about two weeks and so far it seems to work wonderfully.
Reviewed By push p (omaha, NE) Reviewed for a 2005 Scion xB —2/6/2015 5:51 PM
with a minimal amount of automotive knowledge, anyone can install these kits. My kit needed barely any modification, which was only needed for the rear airbag brackets. It was a piece of cake! The front suspension was plug and play! The paddle system and air lines were very quick to assemble and route through the vehicle. I love this kit! I have stock ride height if i want and it looks incredible when it's slammed to the ground! Everything works prefect! Highly recommended!
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