It really depends on your tire size....if you have a low-pro. I'd only get it up a couple inches or so...give a few more inches as your tire size goes up.
No matter what tire size you have...I wouldn't get it up more than say 10"., no matter what....
NOT A GOOD IDEA 17s AND SWITCHES DONT MIX HOMIE DROP DOWN TO SOME 14X7s OR 13X7s, YOU'LL GET A BETTER RIDE AND YOU WILL HOP HIGHER TOO, PLUS THE SMALLER THE RIM THE STRONGER IT IS, THOSE 17s MIGHT FOLD LIKE A TACO ONE DAY
I would like to have an idea what it would run me to install a setup with 2 pumps and 6 batteries ?
anyone who has done it - what did it cost out out of your pocket ?
The hardware and the installation since I can not do it myself.
Any advice or guide line would be appreciated
Erik in San Jose Ca
Many of you know that Envious Touch stocks a lot of Aircraft Hydraulic equipment but I wanted to let you know that we also manufacture our own line of Hydraulics that have been featured in some high profile builds… Over the next couple of weeks I will be posting pictures of our Hydraulic line as...
Maybe I posted this in the wrong forum.
Been reading through the tech FAQs, etc, and it seems most of the links are broken and the images no longer exist.
Would like to find some information on dimensions and technical information regarding wrapping an X frame and where mounts need to be...
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