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5 lug 6" lift ?

Discussion in '5 Lug' started by Delong87, Apr 5, 2014.

  1. Apr 5, 2014 at 12:10 AM
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    Delong87

    Delong87 [OP] Member

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    Any one ever put a 6" lift on A 5 lug? I just got a 3 inch fabtech spindle and picked up fabtech uca and I'm wondering what it would look like with the 3 inch lift coils as well? Any better suggestions trying to stay away from spacers. Thanks
     
  2. Apr 5, 2014 at 3:48 AM
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    Janster

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    Advantage Torza top (tri-fold), Husky floor mats, RuffTuff seat covers, C2C hood struts, Homelink mirror, USA Spec PA15-Toy (120gig Classic & 8gig nano), Garmin Nuvi 660, Protecta Bed mat, Pop-n-lock, TSB Springs, Scangauge II, Heated drivers seat, Fumoto drain valve, Aries pushbar, PIAA 540 fog lights, Hood scoop grahics, Flowmaster 50 series dual catback exhaust, RainX Latitude windshield wipers, Husky rear floor liner (ontop of folded down seats). Console Vault.
    Trade it in and get a Pre-runner or a 4wd?

    (sorry, your post made me think of that)

    Although - you're 'spring UNDER' axle (in the rear) correct?

    If 6" is really & truly what you want to do - for the rear - you could research on converting to Spring OVER axle. It'll be a hell-of-a-lot of work & investment.... PLUS the drive-ability will be altered (get worse) which will probably involve A LOT of fine tuning to get it smooth & how you like it.

    I've known a lot of Jeep folks who converted to Spring-Over axle and the headaches they had..... Take all this for what its worth.
     
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