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Body lift, suspension lift...

Postby emerrryjones » Tue Jul 20, 2021 9:38 pm

Hello everyone,

What is the best way to lift my 96 trooper by 4 inches?

Body lift, suspension lift, etc etc? I haven't found aby kits online

I do moderate snow and super light trail, nothing crazy.

Thanks in advance!!!
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Re: Body lift, suspension lift...

Postby NAES » Wed Jul 21, 2021 10:17 pm

Old Man Emu and Calmini will have what you're looking for.

Throw some larger tires in along with the suspension lift and you'll get the 4" you're looking for.

You can put a body lift on as well if you're coming up short.

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Re: Body lift, suspension lift...

Postby Shawn Anthony » Wed Jul 21, 2021 10:27 pm

For moderate snow, super light trail runs & nothing crazy you don't need a lift. This trooper will do all that in stock form with ease. Larger tires 33" will fit with out a lift. By adding only 33" tires will also add ground clearance and you will snap many many less CVs in the process.
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Re: Body lift, suspension lift...

Postby mudoilngears » Wed Jul 21, 2021 11:21 pm

Shawn Anthony wrote:For moderate snow, super light trail runs & nothing crazy you don't need a lift. This trooper will do all that in stock form with ease. Larger tires 33" will fit with out a lift. By adding only 33" tires will also add ground clearance and you will snap many many less CVs in the process.

He didn’t ask if he needed a lift or not.
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Re: Body lift, suspension lift...

Postby Shawn Anthony » Wed Jul 21, 2021 11:25 pm

mudoilngears wrote:
Shawn Anthony wrote:For moderate snow, super light trail runs & nothing crazy you don't need a lift. This trooper will do all that in stock form with ease. Larger tires 33" will fit with out a lift. By adding only 33" tires will also add ground clearance and you will snap many many less CVs in the process.

He didn’t ask if he needed a lift or not.


I fully understand that. Im informing this person that a lift for his intended use is not nessary. then identified alternatives and why this route is a viable option..
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