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Ok so finished lift rear was a lil difficult since I only have one jack. I was at the fender corner from paint to black 37-1/8 before now im at 38-3/8" th rear jumped at the bottom of the door bracket 34-1/4 now im at 36-1/2" overall height the rear is now my highest point at 84" on roof





had to pull the back down to make the shocks line up but if you had a spring compressor it would be sufficient




had to drop it down cause I didn't have another jack so I could pass by the axle with the nut and put it on






my measurements before and after lift are from here





it gives it more rake than it had before and turned the tires out a lil in front but only 1/4" difference from front to back of tire. its pretty straight forward and had on a lil over and hour by myself and wrenchs. I would recommend drilling out the nuts for the front brake lines on a-arms if you install this lift. or find a bolt that matches threads of the oem brake line bolt
 

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camber is pretty much the same in the front the rear looks like it might be a hair out but when I load the cooler up with soft drink and adult beverages as I do all the time and 2 or 3 kiddos in the back that will be ok
 

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dalme yeah it does I washed the shock area just to do the lift but iv been a lil busy pulling f350s and dodges out of hole and then taking daughter back . I left my machine at my buddys after I got everyone out and just picked up today
 
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