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Bluetooth Operated Lift Kit

Discussion in 'Aftermarket' started by dustytones, Dec 6, 2016.

  1. dustytones

    dustytonesActive Member

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    Have you guys seen this cool bluetooth operated lift kit at this year's SEMA? Forgot to take a picture of it when I dropped. Saw this on 4 Wheel Online's Facebook page.

    Check out this video:
    Any Level Lift
     
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    $14,500??? OUCH!!! Pretty sweet tho!
     
  3. bear

    bearWell-Known Member

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    I don't know . The guy say's the pinion angle's stay good at the axles , but I'm wondering how they stay at a safe angle at the transfer case ?
     
  4. LocuMob

    LocuMobFluid Technician

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    That's more than I have in my cars. Makes me feel better about the money I'll spend on my old fashioned lift kit!
     
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    7moparWell-Known Member

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    Only lifts the body and no improvement to suspension travel. Got to ask why? 60000 dollar truck and a 14000 dollar lift is way to ridicules here.
     
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    LocuMobFluid Technician

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    What!? I didn't watch the video, but that doesn't sound too safe. That must be a solid system to keep the body firmly attached to the frame. If I spend 74000 on a truck it will be an SRT-10, and I know I'll probably never get one of those.
     
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    7moparWell-Known Member

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    It lifts the frame from the suspension much like a scissors jack. Looked as stupid to me as jumping beans on hydraulics.