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 Post subject: 1/2 Cradle drop/ 1/2 strut spacer plate/ Frankenlift ??????
PostPosted: Tue Oct 31, 2006 2:34 pm 
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Ok I’m trying to find out if I did the 1/2 Cradle drop http://www.lostjeeps.com/forum/phpBB3/vie ... hp?t=12755 1/2 Strut Spacer plate http://www.lostjeeps.com/forum/phpBB3/vie ... hp?t=13595 All Mixed in with the Frankenlift and Jeepin Al's A-arms would I be able to get 265/75 R16s or 31.5 10.5 R16 with no rub. Also what would be affected by this and what wouldn’t be affected by this. Basically pro’s and Cons to this. What would have to be done to the rear to keep it at the same high?

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Can't say for sure without actually trying it but something tells me a 265/75 or 31.5 will rub, at least slightly somewhere. Most likely the pinch weld and sway bar. Wheel spacers/less backspacing would help some. You could put some extra spring isolaters in the back or maybe some spacers (pucks) to level it out. You will most likely still get some kind of rub at full stuff. It would be a sweet lift though.

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DWD, there's no way around getting "NO RUB" with 265/75/16 without having to trim plastic & bash metal, you're kidding yourself.

You'll need offset rims to.

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i dont mind bashing some metal and cutting some plastic thats fine i mean after im done with that will they still rub on anything else.

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PostPosted: Wed Nov 01, 2006 6:08 pm 
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This project sounds like it will take major modifications. I definitly want to see the ending result when you're all done w/ it. Good luck! :P

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