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I am looking to purchase a lift kit (shocks & springs) for a 1992 RRC 2-door with the 3.9 petrol motor. I do not have aftermarket bumpers, winches, or extra anything for load. I don’t know if the lift kits are designed for the 4-door specifically and will result in unequal lifting on a 2-door? Or if it’s all the same?
I would like a 2-3” lift. I only plan to use it on-road. It’s too pretty to go off-roading in. I plan to put 285/75/16 tires on it after it’s lifted.
I had another RRC with an OME heavy 2” lift. I started with medium but found the rear “sagged”. I want it to sit high and level. I didn’t mind the stiffness, but on that truck I did have steel bumpers, roof rack, winch, etc.
Can you give some advice related to putting a suspension lift on a 2-door truck? Is there anything else besides shocks & springs that I should consider adding to make it drive better on the road with the lift? (Diff drop? Anti-roll bars? New bushes? Panhard/track rods?) I would like to tighten up the ride a bit more, while keeping it more or less stock.
'08 RRS TDV8 81k mi
'90 RRC SWB 48K mi
'94 D90 ST 124K mi - SOLD
'90 RRC SWB 236K mi - SOLD
'75 Series III 88" 63K mi - SOLD
Last edited by SeattleRRC; 08-18-2019 at 05:18 AM.