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04-19-2007 05:43 PM
OneMoreTime In that case I would do a google search and see what is being offered..I see Superlift has one that is a 6" lift..

Steve Smith autosports has the books and manuals on making the 350 swap into your truck..

Good luck..

04-19-2007 05:39 PM
poncho62 Don't know about the lift kits, but these guys seem to be the experts on S10 4x4 V8 conversions.
04-19-2007 05:27 PM
Lift Kits

Hey guys

Sorry i havent been able to post, university has me very busy during finals

I was looking at my truck and deciding on if i wanna sell it or fix it up (by fixing up i mean dropping a 350 and a lift kit with big tires)

Yet i have not been able to find anything higher then a 2'' lift kit which is frankly useless i think

Does anyone know of any sites or places (preferably in Canada) where you can get lift kits for S-15's (ext cab 4x4) as well as a 350 conversion manual?

Thanks alot guys


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