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Steps for 2" Lift


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I have been doing a lot of reading on what to do for a 2" lift for an R50. It seemed like the easiest way to go about this was to buy everything through 4x4parts.com. However, when I went to buy the front coils, rear coils, 2 Bilstein 5100 shocks, and a camber alignment kit. This came out to about $580. When I went to check out the shipping cost was $194. This seemed a little extreme as I am in Southern California and the parts should not weigh this much. I'll link the parts I was going to buy below here,

4x4 Parts Front Lift Coils

4x4 Parts Rear Lift Coils

Bilstein 5100 Shocks

Camber Kit

I then found a link on this forum to a set of ARB OME lift coils on Amazon. However, I could not find any of the front lift coils to pair with these. I also could not find a camber alignment kit for these. 

Any recommendations on what to do? I'm sure this dilemma has been met many times but I cannot find any clear steps on what to do. I am willing to pay for the shipping cost on 4x4parts.com but I would rather not if it is not necessary.

Thanks for everyone's help

 

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