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I was on 4wheelparts.com and it only had this kit listed for a Manual Trans... what would make this kit not work with my auto trans?
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I don't see any reason why a lift kit would be different from a manual to an auto but I could be wrong and you should wait for someone with more experience in a 02-07 to chime in.
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anyone else?
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Try going on the lift manufactueer's website, should be able to find out what the differances are or if its the same for either tranny. Good Luck
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yea I dont understand why auto or manual trans would matter for a lift kit
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ya, it kinda made me think. but on other websites it doesn't say anything about auto or manual trans when it comes to the lift kits, only on 4wheelparts.com
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