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Old 02-27-2009, 05:02 PM   #1
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What else can I do?

I have a 2.75 Ready lift, lift kit on my 07. I don't like how low it sits. Besides buying a whole new lift, is there anything I can do to supplement this one?
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Old 03-01-2009, 12:36 PM   #2
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i'm sorry to hear you're unsatisfied, but i think people would need more info to offer advice. a picture wouldn't hurt, either. is it simply not high enough, or uneven left to right or front to back? what don't you like.
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I don't think so. Without a lift designed for it, 3" is usually the max you can go with the 4x4 because of the increased angle on the CV joints.

Plus, it's generally not a good idea to combine stuff with the Readylift. I think the only option to get it higher would be a new lift.
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A new lift is all you can do if its the front thats too low for you, even then the front isnt good for much over 3". The back can be lifted via AALs and blocks if necessary
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