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unlift a truck?? lol. Im thinking I want to take the lift off my truck to maybe help it sell easier...is it worth it or should I not bother?
 
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i would say you could, but you will need diff shocks and such. i would imagine the only thing missing is the stops on the front frame rails. the rear should be a simple task.
look over the lift instructions and see what you removed.
gut reaction is yes.
 
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