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eworx

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Who makes a SOA kit that that will fit the Explorer? and how much lift should I expect to get with it?
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i think a lot of people on the board just do it themselves....it's just new brackets/perches, a total of around $35 if i remember, should give you around 4-5", hope this helps....did you search?
 






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I thought it was 5-6 inches?
 






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Originally posted by white96x
should give you around 4-5", hope this helps....

ahhhh well, i tried, the rest of it was right i hope?
 






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yes I did a search and all I found was ones that people have done them self's. I was looking for a kit,
Thanks for the info,
 






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I believe Superlift had a bolt-on SOA kit, but it's best to get it welded after install.
 






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Thanks Alec.
I will call Superlift in the morning, I was going to get it welded after install.

Thanks Again,
 






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Skip superlift, I wish I would've because it does need to be welded. You can buy some nice antiwrap perches and get shock mounts welded on for less. You can even ditch the rear swaybar and bolt on some shock mounts too. Look at http://www.mountainoffroad.com/ for the axle perches.
 






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