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by Mistifier » Sun Mar 08, 2020 3:09 pm

Hello from Nebraska, and thanks for sharing the wealth of info! Have an 08 SS and 07 LT. Been thinking that building an ext might be better for our family of 7, than our burb since there could be a weight savings. Have kicked around the idea 3 and 4 linking super duty axles I have in my wrecked truck, but then remembered reading DODGE and GM and sensors are the same which I don't have laying around) So now I'm thinking about doing a Markmc lift and seeing if that would work, and go from there.
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by HARDTRAILZ » Tue Mar 10, 2020 3:37 pm


Unfortunately MARKMC is out of business. Supreme Suspensions basically copied his design though.

I like the super duty axles concept. Could be a sweet build
I hate to advocate weird chemicals, alcohol, violence or insanity to anyone...but
they've always worked for me.
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by Diacom » Sun Mar 15, 2020 12:02 pm

Welcome David.

The SAS option would certainly be nice, but trying to load your family of 7 due to height might be a challenge in some ways. Going with one of MarkMC's clone kits and adding a body lift would be a bit more family friendly. It's also a more common type of lift set here on the site so easier to research to answer questions.

Either way you go enjoy your build.
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