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Old 02-20-2016, 09:57 PM   #1
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Lifting 2wd Sportsmobile

Hi All. My wife and I finally got a Sportsmobile and are starting to monkey with it and make it our own. It's a 1998 Dodge 2wd and we want to lift it 2"-3" so we can put on bigger tires. We will NOT be offroading as this is a only 2wd but just want a little extra clearance for rutted dirt roads. Coil spring spacers look like an affordable option but I have read mixed reviews and don't want to do anything stupid. I don't mind paying to align the van afterwards but I don't want to create other problems or get into redoing the whole front end. What is the best (simplest) was for us to do this? Also, can I really be sure I will be able to put on larger tires after the lift or are there other limiting factors I am not considering? Thanks! Look forward to hearing back from folks!
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Old 02-21-2016, 10:55 AM   #2
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The lift you could accomplish, within the confines or your criteria, will have no bearing on tire size as the wheel/tire will still travel up into the wheel well in the exact same manner.

As to how to accomplish that lift on the front of a Dodge, I can't add anything.
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