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06-20-2007 10:06 PM
1" body lift vs 2" logner shackle?

Hey guys, need a little info. I have a 2.5 ome lift with like new daystar bushings under the body. The springs and shocks are for heavy load( I knew the gm small block was coming sooner or later). I have a set of ssr 32x11.5x16 tires and pro comp black 16x8 wheels. I hate to ditch my poly bushings for a new 1" body lift, or I could go with 2" logner shackles right or wrong? or would I still need fender trimming? I am hoping the 4" back spacing on the wheel( but scoutII axles-narrower) will clear the frame and shocks. Just trying to look ahead and work out kinks in my project before I get her on the ground. 88 yj, gm 400cid,700r4,dana 300,scoutII dana44's,scout II front disk conversion on rear. Oh man its getting closer to being done....

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