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Old 04-22-2010, 08:16 AM   #1
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pics of lift flexing!!!!!!

anyone post pics of there 2.5 in suspension lift i would like to see how far they flex i want to see!!!!!!! i have 2.5in rc suspension with 1.25in rc body with 33/12.50
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Heads up bud, the MOD's will probally move this thread to the "picture section" of the forum.

But here you go bud,Not Rough Crunchy, but 2.5'' lift ....



Same spot as picture above ^^^^just other side....>



Same with the next two pictures same place just oppisite sides....





and i just like this pic...




Also...do you have your bumpstops adjusted for your lift? Seem to be rubbing there bud.

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this pic was before bump stop just put in 2 days ago
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oh oops, i didnt really read the post, i just saw that pics of flexing..my bad, i had a 4.5" lift
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Heads up bud, the MOD's will probally move this thread to the "picture section" of the forum.

But here you go bud,Not Rough Crunchy, but 2.5'' lift ....



Same spot as picture above ^^^^just other side....>



Same with the next two pictures same place just oppisite sides....





and i just like this pic...




Also...do you have your bumpstops adjusted for your lift? Seem to be rubbing there bud.
Thos pics look like Grand Lake in Oklahoma!!??? Disney, Ok??
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just woundering since i have no clue, with the front sway bar disconnected, the rear is still connected right?
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here you go.. im rougly 2-2.5'' i got 2'' procomp coils in the front (they sagged quick tho) and stock coils in the rear.. jks acos front and rear (i believe the fronts are set at 1.25'' and the rears are at 2'') and then a 1.25'' jks body lift.. with 33x12.5s on 15x8 with 4.25'' backspacing on the rims.. oh and i believe im disconnects in the front in all these pics






my control arms are whats killing my flex.. i need to get some aftermarket ones sooner or later.. other than that i have no problem rubbing on my fenders.. i stuff just right =p
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just woundering since i have no clue, with the front sway bar disconnected, the rear is still connected right?
Yes leave the rear connected. No reason to disco the rear. It actually will help you off road also while flexing.

Off road..Disconnect the front...unless you don't want to flex much. Also with the stock swaybar links...your run the risk of popping the swaylink bushing out when flexing...stock links don't like flexing.
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yah ive always left my rear connected
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Yes leave the rear connected. No reason to disco the rear. It actually will help you off road also while flexing.

Off road..Disconnect the front...unless you don't want to flex much. Also with the stock swaybar links...your run the risk of popping the swaylink bushing out when flexing...stock links don't like flexing.
gotchya. and ive also noticed that if connected, more prone to roll off road... or seems that way anyhow. better if all 4 wheels are on the ground. i think im going to make some quick discos
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gotchya. and ive also noticed that if connected, more prone to roll off road... or seems that way anyhow. better if all 4 wheels are on the ground. i think im going to make some quick discos
keep an eye on homemade ones.. i know its not a big deal driving without your swaybar connected (ive driven home plenty of times from offroading with my front disco'd) but from what ive seen the homemade ones tend to break

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