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#1 subGSR

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Posted 28 January 2007 - 10:40 PM

Has anyone got photos off lift kits . All the parts needed. I want to do a 2" lift on my brat. Any photos would be really good to have a look at. I have found some on the net but am looking for more detail. Please email to waikaia@woosh.co.nz.

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#2 Phizinza

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Posted 29 January 2007 - 12:43 AM

G'day.

When we done our 2" lifts we took these photos. Hope this helps.

http://offroadingsub...diff_hanger.jpg
diff hanger re-drill.

http://offroadingsub...tkit_blocks.jpg
on the left are the EA81 blocks, on the right are the EA82 blocks.

http://offroadingsub..._frontstrut.jpg
EA81 front strut lift blocks.

http://offroadingsub..._frontstrut.jpg
EA82 front strut lift blocks.

http://offroadingsub...g_extension.jpg
EA81 non-P/S steering extension.

There is more that is needed, but that is most of it. I did have the bolt sizes somewhere, but I can't find them now. Only build your own if you really want to. If you can afford one, I'd say buy one. It's a fair bit of work doing all the steering and strut lift (front and rear. We bought the fronts from a place then made our own rear.)




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