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Unlift kit?

spdmrcht

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I bought a 03 with a ton of stuff done to it, first thing i did was
dump the large mud tires but it doesn't handle it's got a 3" lift kit,
I bought it to pull a trailer any ideas and where to get the parts to
get it back down to a reasonable height??
 

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I think it depends on how they lifted it. They could have changed the keys or cranked them up.
 

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remove lift kit and put back to stock...

Now issue is do you have any of the stockparts they MAY have taken off.
Also did they have to cut or modify anything to lift?
 

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remove lift kit and put back to stock...

Now issue is do you have any of the stockparts they MAY have taken off.
Also did they have to cut or modify anything to lift?


Well from what I can tell is he replaced the rear springs and shocks. the front the guy said he just cranked up the Torsion bar. no stock parts have get them.
 
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A stock rear spring is around 17.5 inches unsprung with the weight of the av on it it's around 16-15 inches. Good thing is they are not expensive.
 
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