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Question about getting a lift.

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by WheelinJ91, Jan 6, 2012.

  1. Jan 6, 2012 at 10:31 AM
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    WheelinJ91

    WheelinJ91 [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Airaid Intake, MBRP Exhaust, Toytec OME 3" lift w/AAL, Flip-kit, LR UCA's, Weathertech Floor mats, hood and window deflectors.
    Hi all,

    I know you have put out alot of good info on lifts and spent alot of time reading alot of it.

    I would like to ask the question for my situation so here it goes.

    Im in the market for a lift and tires, but i would like to be able to still haul my bike to the track and dirtbike to the bush. i have been looking at Fabtech 3" lift and trying to deside if i should get 32s or 33s. i dont do hard core wheeling but i still want to be able to go wheelin at the offroad parks and random places i find. will a 3" with 33s or 32s be low enough to still use a ramp but with enough height to do some decent wheelin when i want to.

    Options on ramps and suggestions on anything diffrent i can do is welcome and wanted.

    Thanks.
     
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