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Old 11-11-2008
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Lift opinions...

I got a 02' 4.0 4x2 and I wanna get it up 2-3 inches on 33's. I already tightened up my t-bars but its still not enough. Let me know what company/lift yall suggest that looks good, functions well, and isnt to too pricey.
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3" body lift, from summit racing under 200 bucks.

http://store.summitracing.com/partde...5&autoview=sku
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fabtech also makes a suspension lift. there are several threads like this on here, just search it.
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search spindle lift too
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If ya wanna go cheap, just get ya a 3 inch body lift to fit the 33's.

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Body lift... spindles... run 35's
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i would like to know how well spindles hold up to mild to moderate offroading.

justin dident that one guy at soddard wells bend his spindel? never really followed up on that break.
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fabtech bad....

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i would like to know how well spindles hold up to mild to moderate offroading.

justin dident that one guy at soddard wells bend his spindel? never really followed up on that break.
it was something with his bearing as far as i remember...i ran my doetsch spindles pretty hard and the guy who has them now runs them harder than i ever did, and has had no problems thus far.
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Hmmm Anyone Heard Of The Search Tool?!?!?

I Am Pretty Sure There Is A Sticky About This Under Suspension Tech..
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Hmmm Anyone Heard Of The Search Tool?!?!?

I Am Pretty Sure There Is A Sticky About This Under Suspension Tech..
The sticky is for 4x4 though...
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