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    '94 Mighty Max Lift

    Man I can't find info on this anywhere! Maybe this forum can help.

    I drive a 1994 Mighty Max 2.4 Automatic. I love the truck but I hate how low it is. I know it's a no-no to lift automatics
    but is there anything I can do to get more height? I'd like to run bigger tires too. Do I have any options?

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    not sure why you think lifting an auto 4x4 is wrong - it makes no difference. use the ucas from a 92-96 montero, and an add a leaf in the rear for 2-3" of lift. this will let you run a 33" tire with little issue
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    It's 2x4 and automatic. Impossible?

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    The main concern is altering the angle in which the u-joints turn. You'll wear out u-joints if you don't adjust aspects of the drive train and tranmission mount. Right now, that's all in a straight line. Lifting the rear will cause an uptick in the line.

    Don't know how to tell you to do it, just pointing out what happens.

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    get the angled shims for the rear to fix the driveshaft angle from belltech. The only option for lift is custm made coils for 3" lift. Had a set in my 1985 ram 50 royal back in the 80's - it tore the front end apart cause the suspension was at the upper stops all the time.
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    Ah. Sounds like it might be too tricky. I think my first order of business is getting some larger tires. Maybe 205/75/14's to gain an extra couple inches...maybe new wheels too.

    I can't even get a 2 ton jack under the frame it sits so low.

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    something doesn't sound right if it sits that low, got any pictures of how low the thing sits at its current point?

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