Ln106 lift

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Mattln106
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Ln106 lift

Postby Mattln106 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 9:26 am

Howsit, just recently got myself a ln106 2.8 non turbo. Front and rear lsds. Ironman front bar with 9500lb ridge rider winch. 32inch dynapros mts. Very happy with truck so far and have big plans for it.

I'm planning on doing a lift this weekend and am interested in any pointers anyone may have. I've got my self some 2inch dobi rear leafs springs. Front and rear 2 inch shackles and a 2inch body lift. Also have a z shape drag link. Was planning on doing a ruf conversion at the end of the year so didn't want to go out and spend money on lifted front leafs. So was told I could run some spacers under the front leafs to compensate for the rear lift. Is this a good option until I have the funds for a ruf?
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Re: Ln106 lift..

Postby Smurf » Fri Jul 29, 2016 6:23 pm

Spacers under your springs on the front diff is a bad idea, very very bad, it will muck up your steering especially under braking.
Longer spring hangers would be better, but still not ideal

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Re: Ln106 lift..

Postby Mattln106 » Fri Jul 29, 2016 8:23 pm

Smurf wrote:Spacers under your springs on the front diff is a bad idea, very very bad, it will muck up your steering especially under braking.
Longer spring hangers would be better, but still not ideal


I thought it sounded dodgy lol cheers mate

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