How high can you go?

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  1. #1
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    May 2012
    Kongens Lyngby

    Default How high can you go?

    Hi Guys,

    Since I'm going to be spending a fair amount of money on fixing my CAN, I thought I may as well take the plunge and get a lift.

    From what I've read on the forum, choosing Ironman, TJM or OEMs is really down to preferences, or in Durban - availability. What I wanted to know is, how much can I raise the suspension before I start getting issues with alignment etc. My first thoughts were to go with a 40mm suspension lift with 20mm body lift?

    At this stage I have to get new tyres as well and am looking at going slightly bigger than standard, looking at 245/75R16, staying on the standard rims.

    Any thoughts and previous experiences appreciated.

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