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LTZRider14

2005 LTZ-250 suspension question

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I am wanting to go a different route then most people do when they own LTZ's. I am wanting to lift it but can NOT find a lift kit. I found a lift kit for a Ozark on highlifter.com Will this lift kit fit my 2005 LTZ-250 ?

Thanks for any help, LTZRider

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That is a Good thought! lol But Im thinking over just not lifting it. I do wanna snorkel it still. Now I need to know if a LTZ 400 or 450 front bumper would fit on my 250 LTZ. But I dont know if I want to make a whole new thread for it!

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