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Thread: 2wd lift?

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    2wd lift?

    Okay so I have a '88 MM 2wd, is there a way to lift up the front up to make it even with the rear? I don't like that the rear sits higher, trying to stuff some 235/75r15s on it. Any one know how to?

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    Rubber bushings under the coil springs and longer shocks would be my guess. My 87 4wd was way easy to lift the front, i just had to turn 2 bolts!! (Torsion Bar) Its sad that my 2wd short box bottoms out on less than my 4wd long box lol!

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    New springs in the front and there local to you.
    (This make a perfect example why we ask for location when registering.)


    Draco Springs Co. http://www.purplespring.com is the automotive division of http://www.dracospring.com/
    You will want to talk to Rob Fuller tell him the off road guy in Sacramento from Mightyram50.net sent you. It might be the best way to go, and he can use you as the default spring rate for the rest of the guys on the board that want springs. Lifted or lowered.

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