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post #1 of (permalink) Old 02-13-2002, 12:17 AM Thread Starter
 
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What Kind of lift is this?

Was just scrolling through ebay, and stumbled upon this Cop Tahoe. Im not exactly sure as to what lift it has, but im assuming maybe rancho since it has some red under the frame. Was just curious. http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/aw-cg...1&tc=photo6156



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Re: What Kind of lift is this?

don't assume its rancho just cause the kicker braces are red. did you see the shape of the front drop brackets and crossmember??? it looked kinda like the shape of a whiplash kit or something...not rancho, or superlift, or procomp, or TC....


of course, you don't really know the height, so that doesn't help narrow the search.
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guess what I email the person what type of lift and he says there is not a lift on the truck. if u don't believe me just ask them. Those stupid salesman dont know jack**** of what they are selling and i hate that. They sale something lifted and just say "lift kit" and when they sale something with big tires they just say "big tires" no description what so ever.

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Re: What Kind of lift is this?

It's definitely got some kind of lift. It isn't the 4" Rancho though. It doesn't have the upper control arm drop brackets. The red you see could be a Rancho torsion bar. My guess would be the 2-3" Rancho lift.

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Re: What Kind of lift is this?

its prolly got a 3 inch kit, with some itty bitty tires to make it look bigger

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Re: What Kind of lift is this?

It has to be at least a 4" b/c the torsions hang down.[img]/wwwthreads_images/icons/frown.gif[/img]

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