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Cognito's UCA kit or Torsion Keys

I am either wanting to go with Congnito's UCA Kit or go with a set of Torsion Keys. I mainly just want to level it out and run 285's insteed of 265's.

What are some of the differences between the two? Which has a better ride? Easyest to install?

When I bought my truck the guy had a brand new Congnito kit that he gave me. That is going to be the cheaper route since I already have it.

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Go with the Cognito kit. Offers a better overall ride, sets the balljoints at a better angle among other things.
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I love the UCA kit! If you want any info let me know, if you're gonna do it yourself it's pretty easy. The brake lines take a bit of messing around with.
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I love the UCA kit! If you want any info let me know, if you're gonna do it yourself it's pretty easy. The brake lines take a bit of messing around with.
I think that I am just gonna put the UCA kit on there. It looks easy enough. Yea I will do it myself but its not going to be till next June when I am back from deployment. So might hit you up then on questions.

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I think that I am just gonna put the UCA kit on there. It looks easy enough. Yea I will do it myself but its not going to be till next June when I am back from deployment. So might hit you up then on questions.
I'll be around, lemme know. Like I said the brake lines took the most time. The issue is having them not rub on the back of the wheel, took the better part of a day. And it left some nice black spots in the driveway

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