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have a 06 king cab 2 wheel drive. Found a 2 inch leveling kit for the front end on e-bay for a pretty good price does anyone have any experience with these. Good or bad i would really appreciate the input.
 

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Well the two most common used here is the PRG kit and the NCD kit. Both of these will be good. Personally i would stay with the kits that are 1 piece. I mention this because ive seen kits on ebay that are 2 piece welded. This is just personaly opinion though, i dont think there has been any issue with the other kind yet but 1 piece is probably stronger than 2 pieces welded together.
 

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I use the top gunz.....had them on all year and no problems yet....I got the 2.5 kit on ebay for about 86.00

Prg has a good rep.....
 

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If you were on a tight budget, check out the NCD kit. Its 5 dollars more than the top gunz and its a solid piece. But if you can spend a little more go with the PRG kit. That way you will get the bumpstops included. Its all up to you.
 

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Don't underestimate the importance of bumpstops. You're not getting any more travel with a leveling kit, but you do the the potential for the travel. Without the bumpstops, you're likely to need new front shocks after the first big hit.

The original daystar kits did not have bigger bumpstops and this forum is filled with bad news about them.
 

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Clancy said:
Don't underestimate the importance of bumpstops. You're not getting any more travel with a leveling kit, but you do the the potential for the travel. Without the bumpstops, you're likely to need new front shocks after the first big hit.

The original daystar kits did not have bigger bumpstops and this forum is filled with bad news about them.
100% true. I didnt get the bumpstops from NCD. He said I didnt need them, and I learned the hard way, blowing out both struts on a big bump!
Now I am waiting to get a set...

Does anyone know if I can pick up a set at an autoparts store?
 

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I think they are available at most autoparts stores for around $25 or $30. Call Greg. He may have some laying around he wants to get rid of....
 

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100% true. I didnt get the bumpstops from NCD. He said I didnt need them, and I learned the hard way, blowing out both struts on a big bump!
Now I am waiting to get a set...

Does anyone know if I can pick up a set at an autoparts store?
I paid 9.00 for mine....go them at a local offroad shop here in PHX.
 
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