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Lee13
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 15:54    Post subject: vitara lift help! Reply with quote

Hello, Just brough a vitara! and have lifted it with a 3 inch lift, for offroading! has anyone else had the issue after lifting with the camber? needing camber correction bolts? and a problem with the dif has occurred after being lifted?
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PostPosted: Sun Sep 29, 2013 16:08    Post subject: Reply with quote

I am doing a 2" lift and kit can with camber bolts,... Jimnybits said that 2" is max you can get away with without having to do other things prop spacers etc.

this might give you an idea

http://www.jimnybits.co.uk/shop/jimny/suspension/jimny-3-/-75mm-full-suspension-lift-kit/prod_1009.html
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 05, 2013 20:10    Post subject: Reply with quote

Problems with the diff will stem from the increase in drive angle from the propshaft. To correct this you may wish to fit an A-bar diff correction kit, basically a cnc block which goes between the A-bar at the top of the diff and the diff itself. Also a prop extention is probably a good idea. All bits available as a bundle at Bit4Vits. Failing all this, you may need to drop your bodylift down to 2 inch... I've heard of people dropping the T-case an inch but I personally can't see that being an easy job!

I hope this helps!
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