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Going to lift the ol 300 up to 2" and pray nothing breaks on her. I've been told that the stock suspension will max out at 3.5" If anyone can confirm this it would set my mind at ease. If not I'm still gonna do it!..lol
 

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Come on guys at least lie to me or something to make me feel better about doing it!:icon_ banana:
 

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1 inch should be fine.
 

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extra inch never hurts lol
 

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HAHAHAH!!Mud your quite the pervert.lol jk!
 

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should be fine..it might put some strain on your drive shaft u-joint at the swing arm..but..it should be ok..main thing to worry about..is getting the shock to reach the axle..that is if your staying with a stock shock.
 

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The lift actually goes between the shock and the mount so that's no problem
 

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It should be fine.
 

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Yeah, if it starts breaking U-joints and causing other problems, just take it back off.
 

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watch the angle between the final drive and swingarm, if the u joint breaks it can possiably bind against the final drive housing causing it to bust.. 1" in the rear and 2" in the front suspension with a 1" fender lift for the rear ... yeah i replaced the final drive on mine.. home fabbed lift
 
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