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Hello All. Just wanted to put our name out there so everyone knows that we have been approved as an official vendor. However, the vendor tag doesn't really suit as well as supporter. We pride ourselves as being a suspension company that supports qualified 4wd shops to give you, the consumer, the best customer service and product support possible. We feel it is important for you to have an experienced dealer to provided you with the right parts, service and support needed when purchasing any suspension products. That is why you won't see BDS products sold mail order. Jeeperz Creeperz is a great example of one of our qualified distributors. Kevin and the crew up in Wyandotte can take care of all your 4wd/offroad needs, including the complete line of BDS products.

I will be stopping in on a regular basis if there is anything that I can help you with....including product and technical questions. I will also be keeping you up-to-date on any new product that is released.

If you get some free time please take a look at our website: www.bds-suspension.com .

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Matt
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Nice to see a manufacturer on a public board.
 

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I have installed 3 BDS systems on jeeps through out the years, very impressed with the quality. Never owned a BDS myself, but would certainly consider them if I were to buy another lift kit anytime soon.
 

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You guys make great stuff. My first set I think I bought around 1996, before you military wrapped the main leaf. Bent 3 out of 4 spring packs doing some crazy wheeling and you guys replaced them, no questions asked as soon as I got back home. And you replaced them with the improved military wrapped packs. Never bent the military set up.

4.25" BDS with 33s on my CJ7 back in the late 1990s. Very nice off-road and also on the road.



3" BDS with 33's on my '07 JK. Very nice ride, haven't flexed it yet.

 

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That has two issues:

Its too pretty to scratch up
Its too badass looking to not wheel.



What do you do?
I usually drive on the roads here in St. Louis going 15 mph (because there's so damn much traffic), occasionally look at myself in the mirror and fix my hair, then smile at the young ladies as they drive by and wave.

BTW, yesterday on my way home a nice looking lady drove by. I caught a glance at here license plate that read:

dubl dz but she turned off the road and I couldn't get a better glance. :naughty:
 
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