Lift Questions

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  1. Calebljoy

    Calebljoy New Member

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    I have been looking up ways to lift my renegade. Has anyone used Avid's 1.5 lift and the Eibach springs paired together? Im wanting some height but did not know how it would affect wearing suspension components.
    If anyone has done this let me know, wanting to do some work on it ASAP.
    Thank you in advance
     
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    persquank Active Member

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    I have the Daystar 1.5 lift and the Eibach springs in the rear. Been fine for at least 30k miles so far.
     
  3. Nathaniel

    Nathaniel Active Member

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    I have the ATP 2.0 lift with the Eibach springs and roughly 3,000 miles on them and everything seems to be going ok so far
     
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    Do y'all just run the Eibachs in the rear or all 4 corners with the lift?
     
  6. Nathaniel

    Nathaniel Active Member

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    definitely all 4, not only do they lift but it levels it out as well. if you only did the back you would be tipped forward along with having a completely different ride quality in the back
     
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  7. Zac Reynolds

    Zac Reynolds New Member

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    Thanks Nathaniel, I figured it was all 4 but new to the 4x4 scene.
     
  8. Nathaniel

    Nathaniel Active Member

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    no problem, if you have more questions thats what this forum is primarily for from what I've seen
     
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