Post your lifted 2wd's!

Discussion in 'Stock Suspension + Bolt On Kits' started by oohunter04oo, Aug 12, 2012.

  1. NightRunner

    NightRunner Supporting Member

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    You could always just get one of those steel roll pans and install it, that's the plan for myself if I ever go body lift too
     
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    I believe I'd mount a light bar between the hitch and the bumper to take up the gap. Makes for good reverse lights or just a work light
     
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    2" leveling kit, that is actually now removed. I must not have put it in right, as it felt like I had no shocks installed. Bouncy/springy as hell and over even light bumps I felt like the front wheels would come off the ground and skip/screech on the pavement going faster than about 20 Mph

    The plan was to lift it 2-4 inches then throw some 33's under it. I think the plan now is to just get some more rock/sand capable tires as this will be my hunting rig. Oh and to get the passenger car tires off it...

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    Here's my updated lifted 2WD:
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    A front shot, ignore the sagging bumper. It'll be fixed soon :p
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