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I don't know if I mentioned this, but I found a complete Hydroboost setup for my Denali, complete with all of the lines needed. it took me all of 15min to get it off the donor truck so I imagine it should take me about 2hrs from start to finish getting it installed. So another project sitting on the bench awaiting its turn.......after the front end rebuild

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It's that easy? Cool! I wonder if it's that easy to do on a 2nd gen. The brakes on my '98 are wayyyy better than what my '96 had.

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wow, if you find another for that price, my son Jake need one to replace is it blown. rebuit nearly $200

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I forgot to say it only cost me $20, but I had to spend another $20 for some other items I wanted. I'm thinking seriously about picking up the rear end, trans and the front A arms and complete front knuckles. Everything from rotor to rotor. it's all 2500 stuff. everything is plug and play except for the rear diff. I would have to cut the spring perches off and put all of my 4 link brackets on it. I would then have a 2500 Denali. Being I can't afford to buy another truck that I would be happy with, I might as well make what I have work better for me.

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