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Old 03-23-2011, 04:48 PM   #1
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Unhappy More lift in the front!?

Currently i have TC UCA's with Kings in the front! Its 4x4 and wish the front end could sit up higher. Is there anything i can do without cranking the shocks up? Im pretty sure i have them set at 2 in and dont want them any higher. Anything would help thanks!
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:50 PM   #2
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if you don't want to crank the CO's then there's nothing you can do.

edit: you could go with a DB lift but that would be a pretty big downgrade from your current setup.
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Op you don't happen to go to asu poly....do you?
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Old 03-23-2011, 04:56 PM   #4
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No i go to yavapai in prescott! Theres probably a few trucks exactly like mine down there haha
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if you don't want to crank the CO's then there's nothing you can do.

edit: you could go with a DB lift but that would be a pretty big downgrade from your current setup.
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just crank em up a wee bit thats pretty much the only way...

or a spacer...
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just crank em up a wee bit thats pretty much the only way...

or a spacer...
Ha i used to have a spacer.. hated it!

Here are some pictures of its currently set at. Could i crank them up any more without hurting anything?


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Old 03-23-2011, 05:31 PM   #8
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What exactly happens when the CV is cranked too much? the boot rips or something?
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Currently i have TC UCA's with Kings in the front! Its 4x4 and wish the front end could sit up higher. Is there anything i can do without cranking the shocks up? Im pretty sure i have them set at 2 in and dont want them any higher. Anything would help thanks!
Anyone?
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:21 PM   #11
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first of all it looks like your camber is WAY off in the second pic.

second I wouldn't crank on those any more because you will start ripping CV boots which are not fun to replace.

Definitely take it in for an alignment though unless its just the pic making it look like that.
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first of all it looks like your camber is WAY off in the second pic.

second I wouldn't crank on those any more because you will start ripping CV boots which are not fun to replace.

Definitely take it in for an alignment though unless its just the pic making it look like that.
I think its just the picture but ill check it out! the tire should be perfectly straight correct?
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Old 03-23-2011, 07:47 PM   #13
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I think its just the picture but ill check it out! the tire should be perfectly straight correct?
yeah. did you ever get an alignment after installing the lift?
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Tell me what you think. Its also parked on a downhill

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yeah. did you ever get an alignment after installing the lift?
Yes i did.
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that looks better. looks ok to me
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What exactly happens when the CV is cranked too much? the boot rips or something?
Yep.
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that looks better. looks ok to me
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