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2002 xlt suspension lift

Discussion in 'Modified Explorations!!' started by smreed03, December 26, 2004.

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      smreed03 New Member

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      My 2002 :exp: xlt has both front and rear Idependant suspention, I can not find any suspension lift kits. What shall i do, Who shall i ask, Where to go, will pay anything to have it done :usa:

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      i think you can get 2" lift coilovers and a 2" coil spacers totaling a 4" lift
       
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      You pretty much limited to 2 inches because of the design of the rear suspension. If you look at it, the axle shafts pass through the frame. Therefore limiting how much you can do suspension wise. I would imagine you could use coil spacers, although I don't know of anyone who has done so. If you do, make sure to get all 4 wheels aligned because the lift will mess with the rear camber as well as the front.
       

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