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Posted 06 August 2014 - 11:13 PM
Posted 09 August 2014 - 10:39 AM
I just got my parts back from the machine shop. I've got 2" ea82 lift kits, which includes 2" strut towers, 2" rear reinforced shock tower and hardware. Price is 160$ a kit. Plus shipping
I will openly admit I offer a life time warrenty on the kit it self. As I know all of my parts are built for over kill.
I'm currently at least a week out of having these done. Pm me if your interested.
My goal is to bring a strong, safe, reliable lift kit, that costs less for me to fabricate, which in return costs less for my customers.
Photos are my kits, designed in Auto cad by my self.
Posted 11 August 2014 - 09:31 AM
I have 2 thoughts:
#1 If you have a vise, a sawzall, and a drill, you can pretty easily make your own 2 inch lift out of 1/4" thick 2x2 steel tubing. Anyone who can make a straight-ish cut and drill a hole, can build a 2 inch lift. There are pretty good instructions if you search around a bit. http://www.ultimates...nd-easy-2-lift/
Of course if you have a band saw and a drill press it makes it a little bit easier, but it can definitely be done without. If you want to go taller than 2 inches, I don't think I'd recommend just slapping some blocks in, but a 2 inch lift like I've described is tried and true. Save your money for something else.
#2 Buying stuff is a little bit easier.
Just my opinion, but like they say, opinions are like ***holes. Everyone has one and they all stink.
Edited by jmoss5723, 11 August 2014 - 09:31 AM.
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