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Old 04-16-2010, 09:21 PM   #1
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2" RE suspension lift and a 1" body lift?

I just put on a RE suspension puck lift and now am thinking about putting on a 1" BL. I don't have any drivetrain problems now or other problems such as vibes etc, however by adding this extra inch in lift should I expect to have any problems? Or have to do any changes? Any info would be appreciated!

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Old 04-16-2010, 09:40 PM   #2
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you will be fine, just dont go over a 1inch body lift. the body lift wont have anything to do with the suspension changes. just make sure you adjust your shiftersbefore you go wheelin

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Potential areas your 1" body lift may impact are:
  • Fan shroud - you will have to relocate it by drilling new holes or use a bracket that may have come along with the body lift.
  • Transfer case shifter - you may need to install a realignment bracket on your shifter assembly.

Both steps may be avoided by installing a motor mount lift at the same time (although this is not necessary). A bodylift does not affect drive line angles.
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Ditto on the fan shroud and the T-case shifter. While this is not common, I ended up having to replace my rear brake lines for longer ones. Mine were stretching.
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