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Date Registered: 08-2021
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T31 40mm Lift using spacers


Hi.

About to lift my T31 BY 40MM using strut spacers - its for looks rather than any serious off roading .
Looking at 16x7 ET30 Modular steel wheels

Does anyone know if the lift will allow me to put on 225 - 75 - 16 BF Goodrich or Coopers on the steelies ?
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Date Registered: 10-2006
Location: Mona Vale, Sydney, AUSTRALIA
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Re: T31 40mm Lift using spacers


No strut spacers for the T31 due to the rear suspension setup but you can look into spring lift and airbag assist in HERE.

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Date Registered: 02-2021
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Re: T31 40mm Lift using spacers


quote:

Revhead Kev wrote:

No strut spacers for the T31 due to the rear suspension setup but you can look into spring lift and airbag assist in HERE.



As what Kev said, I've seen youtube videos of people doing it and then, shortly after posting a video of regret.

For your reference, if you end up going lifted King Springs and playing around with tyres... I went from stock suspension and 215/65 R16 tyres to lifted King Springs with 215/70 R16 geolander. The lifted springs and tyre combo gave me a good 30mm and zero issues with tyre rubbing when driving. The spare tyre fits in the wheel well to. That said, not sure if the springs are still settling at this stage, so expect this to drop a bit?

See this thread for more tyre options.

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