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How high should I go for another lift?

Discussion in 'Modified 1991-1994 Explorers' started by Gavin Kamp, February 17, 2015.

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  1. Gavin Kamp

    Gavin Kamp New Member

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    Hello I have a 3 inch body lift with 32 size tires. I wanted to know how high should I go for a suspension lift. I want it higher to the point hard to get into. I'm 5"7' and I want the bottom of the door to my waist. I don't know how high to go for that and where to look please help.
     
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    Either a 4 inch or 5.5 inch suspenson lift will be really high and you can fit 35 inch tires on there, making it really high.

    I'd suggest cutting the body lift down to 2 inches or less though, since a 3 inch body lift with a big suspension lift can be top-heavy to the point it's dangerous.

    You'll also want lower gears for larger tires, either 4.56 gears for highway use, or 4.88 / 5.13 for off-road.
     
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    Measure from your waist to the ground. Then measure from the bottom of your door to the ground. Then subtract door measurement from waist measurement, there's your lift needed! :D
     

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