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Old 02-25-2011
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Newbie Lift Question

I just bought an 07 2wd 3.0 that appears to be lifted. I have been looking for parts that may have been changed out but can't seem to figure out what was done to lift the truck in the front. I was thinking that the spindle was changed but I don't know what the stock one looked like to compare it to.

Does anyone have pics of stock vs. lift spindle?


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Ok, I figured it out, I think. By searching and searching I finally found some pics of aftermarket spindles and stock spindles. There is definately a difference between stock and a lift spindle. Looks like I have a lift spindle in the front and a AAL or shackle lift in the rear.

Thanks to those who included pictures with their posts.
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