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Old 09-03-2019, 10:25 AM   #11 (permalink)
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Oh my hell, some people worry about nothing and try to make it everyone's business!

I've had more Suzuki vehicles than I'd care to admit to, and have done all types of modifications to them. Hands down, the easiest and cheapest is a shackle lift. 2in is very easy to obtain and will allow you to go with 235/75/15 tires. Depending on how aggressive the tires are and how worn out your springs are, you may need to do some trimming of the bumper and gentle "massaging" of the inner fenders. The ride will be stiffer, your factory shocks may not be long enough, but its easy to do with even a Barbie tool kit and a jack.
Current Ride:
1987 Samurai, soft top

Previous Rides:
1985 SJ410, tin top
1986 Samurai, soft top
1996 Geo Tracker 16v, 4dr, 4wd, 5spd
1996 Sidekick Sport, 1.8L, 4dr, 4wd, 5spd
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