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 Post subject: Maine
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Maximum of two tire sizes over OEM. Spring shackle extensions are prohibited. OEM suspension can not be removed. Illegal to modify a vehicle with ABS. Lights must not be over 54” from the ground.

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 Post subject: Maryland
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GVWR of less than 10,000 lbs may not have a bumper height of more than 28”.

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 Post subject: Massachusetts
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Maximum lift by the following formula... Max Height = Wheelbase x Wheel Track divided by 2200; so if you came out with 2, then you are allowed a increase in 2" tire size & increase lift of 2" for a total of 4".

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 Post subject: Michigan
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Lift blocks between the front axle and springs, or lift blocks that exceed 4 inches in height between the rear axle and springs, are not allowed. Shackle replacements cannot exceed the OE length by more than 2 inches, and coil-spring spacers are illegal. In terms of acceptable height, less than 4,501 GVWR, and your frame height cannot exceed 24 inches, and the bumper height can't go beyond 26 inches. For GVWRs between 4,501 and 7,500, those numbers are 24 and 28 inches. For 7,501- to 10,000-pound vehicles, keep the height at 26 and 30 inches.

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 Post subject: Minnesota
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Maximum bumper height of 25”. Lifted vehicles are required to register as a reconstructed vehicle and be issued a new VIN. Frame not to exceed 6” above OEM height from the ground.

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 Post subject: Mississippi
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6” maximum suspension lift. No more than 8” total lift allowed including body lift, suspension, and tires from OEM height.

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 Post subject: Missouri
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For vehicles 4,500 pounds and under, the front bumper can't be taller than 24 inches and the rear must see no more than 26 inches. For 4,501 to 7,500 pounds, it's 27 inches front and 29 rear, and for 7,501 to 9,000 pounds, it's 28 and 30 inches.

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 Post subject: Montana
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Headlights between 15” and 72” high.

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 Post subject: Nebraska
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Mud flaps that cover the entire width of the tire required.

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 Post subject: Nevada
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Front and rear bumper must not be higher than 24”

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 Post subject: New Hampshire
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Maximum height is 13.5'. Bumpers must not be more than 20” high.

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 Post subject: New Jersey
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4” suspension lift. Over 4” lift and the vehicle requires a stability test at a state inspection site.

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 Post subject: New Mexico
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Headlights not more than 54” from the ground, taillights no more than 72”.

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 Post subject: New York
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Turn signals must be no more than 83” from the ground. Headlights not more than 54” from the ground, taillights no more than 72”. Vehicles made after 1990, maximum bumper height of 24”.

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 Post subject: North Carolina
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Maximum height of 6” over OEM without written approval from the Commisoner of Motor Vehicles.

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 Post subject: North Dakota
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Maximum height of 14'. Bumper must be no more than 27” off the ground. Fender flairs are required to cover your tires.

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 Post subject: Ohio
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4” max body lift. GVWR of 4,500 pounds and under, 24 inches is the max at the front, 26 at the rear, and 4,501 to 7,500 is 27 to 29. For 7,501 to 10,000, it's 28 and 31 inches.

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 Post subject: Oklahoma
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Headlights not more than 54” from the ground, taillights no more than 72”.

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 Post subject: Oregon
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Headlights not more than 54” from the ground. Maximum vehicle height is 14'. OHV Permit is required to operate your Jeep on any Public Land.

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 Post subject: Pennsylvania
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Wheel spacers over 1/4” are illegal. Bumpers must be 24” front, and 26” rear on vehicles 5,000 lbs GVWR. 5,001 lbs - 7,000 lbs GVWR 27" front 29" rear. 7,001 lbs - 9,000 lbs GVWR 28" front 30" rear. 9,001 lbs - 11,000 lbs GVWR 30" front 30" rear from frame or factory bumper (which ever is higher). No more than 2” extended shackles. 3” maximum body lift on trucks, 1” body lift on SUV's. Truck headlights must be below 54 inches. SUV Headlights must be below 48" from top of headlight.

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