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I am taking quotes on installation of a CST 5 inch lift on a 2004 2 wheel drive Colorado.

Does this sounds reasonable? It would run you $700.00 to install and $75.00 for the alignment.
 

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maybe, i think my installation is like $900 or so just trying to calculate it in my head... but im not sure, all together its costing me $3000 w/ tires n rims
 

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holy shit guys! i paid 1050 OTD! thats with the cst shocks too, with alignment and everything then i paid about another 800 for just my rims, had the old tires already. Right now i have about 2400 into it with rims tires and lift.
 

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holy shit guys! i paid 1050 OTD! thats with the cst shocks too, with alignment and everything then i paid about another 800 for just my rims, had the old tires already. Right now i have about 2400 into it with rims tires and lift.
DOOD :eek: I'm sending my truck out to you to have it done!!! I was quoted close to 3k though i don;t think the guy knew what he was talking about.
 

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you have a 4x4 :p i have a 2wd the 2wd's are MUCH cheaper!
 

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Why? Is it because you don't have to F with a front dif?
 

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our lift consists of spindles, break lines, rear shocks, and add a leaf or new leafs...so its a simpler lift
 

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damn Torsion Bars!!! oh well I like my 4x4:D
 

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My lift ended up costing me about $2500 installed.I got the tuff country lift.
 
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