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Torsion lift vs stock height 95

Discussion in 'Stock 1995 - 2001 Explorers' started by Cstoliker, July 2, 2011.

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  1. Cstoliker

    Cstoliker Active Member

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    I'm doing a Torsion lift on my 95 XLT. I measured and lifted about 1.5" so far. I know I should not got more then 2" over stock height. My question is what is stock height? My suspension has a lot of miles on it. I am at 33.5" from ground to highest part of fender cut out now with standard 235/75R15 tires.
     
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    gmanpaint It's Always Something! Staff Member Moderator Elite Explorer

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    Been so long since mine has been at stock height, I can't remember the numbers.

    I would just go by the Lower control arms. Set them as flat across as you can for a stock ride height by adjusting the T-bars. Then you can do the TT lift, and get a measurement from there.
     

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