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    New Guy - 90 4x4

    Well I am a Mitsu fanatic and I finally got my hands on what I consider to be a gem. 1990 Mighty Max V6 4x4. The 6G72 runs well but due to neglect from the previous owner I am having to replace all inner and outer tie rod ends, upper and lower ball joints, idler arm and pitman arm. Finally I will just need to add in a new passenger light and take the hammer to it! (Bought it from a guy who was in a small accident and thus sold it for cheap).

    I live way up at 9200 feet in Colorado so Snow is the name of the game. I will be lifting to fit 33ís once it is back on the road.
    Hopefully someone on here knows if the UCA from a Gen 1 or Gen 2 Montero will help with the lift. I was told that they are 1 inch longer and thus I can crank the torsion bar to gain more lift in the front while keeping just about everything else in line. Looks like a lot of people lower the truck, but that is not really possible for me J
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    the ucas from a 2nd gen montero will lift the front 1-2" and keep the alignment good. Not a good Idea to crank up the torsion bars for more lift, the ride gets harsh and will sag quickly being they are 25 years old.
    Pennyman1
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    Living the D-50 lifestyle since 1980

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