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elpoffroad

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With the coil spacer you have to get the adjustable camber bushing to get alignment back to stock. Not a big issue but rust as a reminder.
 


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With the coil spacer you have to get the adjustable camber bushing to get alignment back to stock. Not a big issue but rust as a reminder.
i was afraid of that, i think im just gonna body lift it for now, with school starting back i'll be a little short on money for a while, but hopefully can get the RC lift by spring
 

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Body lift aint bad it will defiantly get the job done. Post of pics with the body lift once your done:icon_cheers:
 

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i was afraid of that, i think im just gonna body lift it for now, with school starting back i'll be a little short on money for a while, but hopefully can get the RC lift by spring
I started out with a 2.25 inch body lift (custom).. then took it out when I got the RC lift.

Here, I'll dig you out some pics

this was body lift on 30's




this was RC 4" suspension lift, no body lift, these tires measured just shy of 31"


this is RC 4" lift with 285/75/16's, MUCH BETTER


NOTICE: the trimming between the bumper and the tire at the bottom of the fender. needed to look right with my bumper, but also needed to clear the 285's on the 4" lift.
 
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