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wagon/ute lift kit

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#1 sanction13


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Posted 24 March 2007 - 05:39 AM

Does anyone know if it is possible to take a lift kit off a '83 station wagon with a ea81 engine and fit it to a '89 brumby/brat with a ea81. One of my friends recently hit a tree with his wagon and I was hoping to take his lift kit and wheels for my ute.
How much modification has to be done to the steering column, accelerator cable, brake line etc?
Any advice will be greatly appreciated!!

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Posted 24 March 2007 - 07:17 AM

Depending on how the steering lift was done, it might be easliy swapable. As long as the cars are either both P/S or non-P/S.
How big is the lift. I've had no problems with the brake lines with just 2", but 3 to 4 inches may make things different and require new brake lines.

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