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Hi Gang,

I am working on a project and need a favor to help me finish faster.

The lifts kits out there typically move the bottom of the shock upward with brackets etc to create the lift.

What I need is the distance the front and rear shocks are moved upward to create the 2" lift. Since they are mounted inboard of the tires it takes less than 2" to create a 2" lift.

So if someone could, please measure the center to center distance between the shock mount bolt and the bolt at the bracket where the shock was originally mounted for the front and the rear.

See Front Shock pic below for an example.

Thanks in advance,

Dave
 

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it's 1-1/4" front and back center of bolt to center. that's the hilifter lift on a 05 foreman
 

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Lee,

Thanks a bunch, exactly what I needed!
 

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Sounds like you are making your own lift! Let us know how it goes.
 

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QUOTE ("homie189":3owhdce1)
Sounds like you are making your own lift! Let us know how it goes.
Will do.
 
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