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Thread: Suspenion lift

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    Suspenion lift

    I know how to lift the rear suspension but what can i do about the front im looking to get maybe 4 inches, 2 inches in the rear and 2 up front, but how do i match up front with rear. I have a 94 mighty max 4x4.

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    I think you will need frame spacers. This will solve the torsion bar issue but cause another one with the steering links. Frame spacers will also keep the drive shafts in their correct geometry as well. Guys get crazy lift on some of the 4x4's so it can be done (although not always in the ideal way). I'm not savvy with 4x4 lift but spacers seem the most logical way unless you are planning on doing some big rock climbing (then we need PICS or else!)

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    Where can you find frame spacers for our trucks

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    A link I pulled from one of the other related posts - https://www.andysautosport.com/produ...ies__3023.html

    Currently on sale too!

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