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Old 04-20-2016, 09:04 AM   #11
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Thanks for the input, ive seen the the roadmaster ones for about 400+ is that what yall got yours for?
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That sounds about right. About $400 is the norm.
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Thanks for the input, ive seen the the roadmaster ones for about 400+ is that what yall got yours for?
I think I got mine for about 350. Been a long time, hard to remember. Shop around for them. They don't go "on sale" but I think some retailers are a little cheaper than others. Rock Auto is a good place usually. I want to say I got mine from Jeg's, but I can't remember. Maybe 4X4 Parts Online? I know I shopped all those sites and more to get the best deal I could find. I went to the manuf website to ensure I had the correct part number for my application and then went to scouring the interwebz for the best price (from a reputable retailer of course).
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I bought mine directly from Roadmaster. Call 1-800-398-5036 and ask for Nolan. He was great to deal with and answered all of my questions. I am involved on a couple different Ford Truck forums and was able to get the group buy discount at the time offered to forum members. I paid $329 plus $20 shipping to a US address. I think otherwise they are about 400 for the pair.

I also have had to re-tension the springs a couple times as they do stretch a bit after some use. Good news is that it's really easy to do as long as you have a good floor jack.

I am in no way advertising the product nor am I affiliated with the company; just a happy customer with positive reviews on the product.
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