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stacked body lifts? BII

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Is this a combination of body mount bushings and a body lift or is it two stacked body lifts?
The top measures exactly 3" end to end and the bottom 1.5".
 


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looks like a body lift block and a body bushing to me
 

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looks like u got some poly mounts with a 3 inch bodylift
 

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Yep, poly bushings and 3" BL.
 

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It sits about two inches too tall, I may take the BL out. Any ideas of how big of hole would I need to cut and where, to make a doubler fit with no body lift??? either on a 91 Ranger or the 84 BII
 

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Any ideas of how big of hole would I need to cut and where, to make a doubler fit with no body lift??? either on a 91 Ranger or the 84 BII
Huge. The whole area under the rear bolts of the driver's seat, extending partway up the trans tunnel area.

With my 2" BL I still had to beat up and flatten out a floor crossmember pretty good (and then reinforce it some) to get the case to clear.

I'd leave it alone if it were mine (maybe cut it down to a 2" BL, but no more than that).
 
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