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even out my 92?

Discussion in 'Shocks, Suspensions, Lift Kits' started by 92troy92, October 7, 2002.

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      I was wondering if anyone knew what I need to even out the front and rear heights on my 92 two wheel drive XLT? I hate that the back is higher than the rear. Also, after evening it out would this cause any problems if I want to lift it anymore later on? I really hope that somebody can help, because I'm really in the dark on this whole thing. thanks for any help guys (and girls).

      -Troy
       
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      How many miles do you have on her?Could the springs be sagging in the front?Or the shocks are shot in the front:(
       
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      They are still really tight, and seem good. Is there a chance that the tow package raises the rear end more than and ex without the tow package?
       
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      ummm.... the back is the rear...... anyway.... the tow package equipped explorers normally have more heavy duty springs than non tow equipped vehicles... and, it is a truck.. most trucks tend to sit higher in the rear than in the front.... you could have the springs dearched a little bit by a customs shop...
       
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      Yeah...sorry about that mistake. I don't really want to lower the rear, I would rather raise the front to match the rear. Would replacing my front springs with the 4x4 springs make a difference? Are there spacers that I might be able to use? I'm not really sure about what to do now. Thanks for the help so far though.

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