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Old 11-02-2009, 08:47 PM   #1
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Highest lift without lower crossmember

With adjustable UCA's what is the highest I can lift my truck, without installing a dropped lower crossmember?
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Old 11-02-2009, 08:58 PM   #3
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Prerunner. Don't plan on using spindles. Billies with OME coils and top plate spacers. Should get about 4" if I'm correct.
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I plan on setting them at .85". This has been done before except without the top plates. Don't wanna go with spindles, too much $. I billies, UCA's and OME's way cheaper ($700) and not have to get extended brake lines and spacers for the rear.
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I plan on setting them at .85". This has been done before except without the top plates. Don't wanna go with spindles, too much $. I billies, UCA's and OME's way cheaper ($700) and not have to get extended brake lines and spacers for the rear.
I wouldnt set them at that and use the top plates. Either or. But do whatcha gotta do.
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