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Old 11-11-2016, 02:58 PM   #1
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Ok so I've been recently thinking of turning my car into a littte off-road car to have some fun take in mind i live in Florida. Not trying to turn it into a mud car or anything i just want to raise up the car to maybe a foot from the grond to the bottom of my car maybe even a little bit higher but i need some advice on what type of suspension setup I should try and if anyone has done this before and has any information
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Old 11-11-2016, 03:16 PM   #2
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Ok so I've been recently thinking of turning my car into a littte off-road car to have some fun take in mind i live in Florida. Not trying to turn it into a mud car or anything i just want to raise up the car to maybe a foot from the grond to the bottom of my car maybe even a little bit higher but i need some advice on what type of suspension setup I should try and if anyone has done this before and has any information

Easy, just buy the #0738245289 Jeep kit.



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