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2002 XLT 2WD Lift Options?

I think I want to lift my truck, but am not really sure what lift to do. I'm thinking 33"-35" tires. What kind of body/suspension lift combonations will allow me to clear 33"-35" tires? Also, what else do you guys think I should do to my truck to make it more aggressive and off road capable? (It probably won't be offroad much at all, but I would like it to be a bit more capable)




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3" spindles and a 3" bodylift. Also maybe some lift coils and throw a shackle in the back. That combination will allow you to clear 35's.
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3" spindles and a 3" bodylift. Also crank your t-bars and throw a shackle in the back. That combination will allow you to clear 35's.
no torsion bars on his truck.

locker for more capable offroading. regear after tire size change, cause that sucker is going to be slow as hell with 33-35's
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no torsion bars on his truck.

locker for more capable offroading. regear after tire size change, cause that sucker is going to be slow as hell with 33-35's
Oh yeah.. oops. So lift coils and a shackle in the back.
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Oh yeah.. oops. So lift coils and a shackle in the back.
Do you have a link for these or do you know where I can get them? Thanks!
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http://www.canuckmotorsports.com/cat...lift.html#3024

Their prices are decent. I was going to go with a 2" coil from them but their shipping to HI was ridiculous.

They have an Ebay site which will provide shipping cost.
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1. 3" Bodylift or 3" Spindles or 3" Coils w/uca = 32"s
2. 3" Bodylift + 3" Spindles = 33"s
3. 3" Body lift + 3" Spindles + Coils w/uca = 35"s
4. SAS

That's just for the front end^

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