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Old 02-16-2010, 08:57 PM
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Originally Posted by ilovetards View Post
The spacer is usually the cheapest way to level the front end as everyone has stated. I'm curious though why you are going to lift it? I can understand the spacer for looks, but why a lift on a 2wd. Not trying to start anything, just wondering.
I plan on getting Daystar spacers, but I need to replace my shocks and if I can, I would like to get a couple inches out of them. It may be 2wd but I'm not taking it rock-climbing or driving through ponds so my 2wd is plenty for me. I need the extra few inches of clearance so I can stop dragging my bumpers when I'm driving to the duck hunting spots or driving to the deer stand. I mean if you're willing to give me the $$ for the 4wd conversion I'll happily take it :] lol.
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