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Old 12-03-2019, 02:20 AM   #6
IHaveAHorse
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You could install lift spacers or lift springs (King springs maybe?) which would give you an inch to an inch and a quarter of lift, and then install larger tires depending on what size wheels you have right now. I was looking into that the other day and I saw one member here had installed larger tires, I think it was flyboy1100. I'm not sure how much more of a lift you can get without rubbing on something. At least half an inch, probably. Plus you have bigger tires to absorb shock from the bad roads and soften the ride a bit.
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