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AC 2" Lift?

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Sorry, stupid question but googles is not helping...

 

What brand is AC? Website? where can i find the "kits"?

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Not a brand it just refers to the type of lift

 

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It actually is a brand. Automotive Customizers, www.4x4parts.com

It's a suspension lift.

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thank you!

 

so 90seven, did you just buy the kit and install it 'as is' - or did you use spacers, new bearings/strut mounts? what was the line of reason.

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The lift is complete. No spacers needed. My front end has dipped since, so adding a strut spacer would even it out. Haven't.done it yet, but I will when I decide on the Sub-Frame Drop.

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did you need to do the "tire backspace" it suggests? I am new to the world of offroad + IFS

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Not unless you plan to run larger than a 31" tire.

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The backspacing for your wheels, like trainbrain stated, is for 31" tires. Although it was recommended for the lift, I obtained my 31" tires prior to the lift so my rims /tires still rubbed. I wouldn't know if it would have rubbed the same since my fenders disappeared on the a trail after I had did all the trimming. (What a waste of time, LOL)

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