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Trying to find general information on lifted and stretching a 1996 honda 300. Trting to do around a 4 in lift or so

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Is this something you plan on doing yourself or are you asking where to source the necessary bolt on parts from?
you will need, A arms, front shafts/axles, a stretched swing arm,( the stretch depends if you plan on running bigger tyres or not) and a rear driveshaft extension to suit the swingarm.
The 300shop on FB offer 4", 6" & 8" lift kits with everything included ready to bolt on.
 

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Is this something you plan on doing yourself or are you asking where to source the necessary bolt on parts from?
you will need, A arms, front shafts/axles, a stretched swing arm,( the stretch depends if you plan on running bigger tyres or not) and a rear driveshaft extension to suit the swingarm.
The 300shop on FB offer 4", 6" & 8" lift kits with everything included ready to bolt on.
Do you have a link for the fb page and any specifics om a arms a front shafts ect.

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I'm not actually on FB, just search, 'the 300shop' and it should show up. I don't know what shafts they use, guessing Gorilla maybe.
 
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There is complete 4" lifts sold for around $1500. Check out "the 300 shop" on Facebook. Don't forget you'll need a 54% gear reduction for the tires as well.


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As Fish has said above, it gets very expensive. If you can, or know somebody who can do light fabrication work then your onto a winner straight away. Make what you can and buy the rest would be my best advice.
 
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