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by markmc » Sat Sep 29, 2012 2:23 am

navigator wrote:is the body lift for the EXT the same as the SWB?


Yes, The kit will fit both SWB and EXT.
Only dif is in the V8 to I6 radiator drop brackets.

The V8 has a slightly taller radiator that requires a little modding of the drop brackets.
A hack saw, couple 1/4x20 x1" bolts & nuts, drill and 1/4" bit will take care of the dif..
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by navigator » Sat Sep 29, 2012 7:31 am

good info, thanks Mark.
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by 06MidnightBlue » Sat Sep 29, 2012 9:57 am

CrimsonxRebel wrote:i have the rough country leveling kit and all it is is a 2.5 inch spacer in the front and a 1.5 inch spacer in the back would i have to take that off to get this kit put on?


It's actually a 2 inch front spacer and a .75 inch rear spacer.
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by CrimsonxRebel » Sat Sep 29, 2012 1:06 pm

06MidnightBlue wrote:
CrimsonxRebel wrote:i have the rough country leveling kit and all it is is a 2.5 inch spacer in the front and a 1.5 inch spacer in the back would i have to take that off to get this kit put on?


It's actually a 2 inch front spacer and a .75 inch rear spacer.


Yeah I couldn't remember what they had but I ended up just putting the front on and not the back cuz it was level after the front
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by The Roadie » Sat Sep 29, 2012 1:16 pm

Raising the rear is functionally useful (to me at least) because then if you get a rock jammed under your frame rail it gets LOOSER as you travel forward.

Offroading for most of us is about functionality, not appearance.
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