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Post #1 by Memo61 » Tue Mar 22, 2016 8:48 pm

Hello everyone im new to this forum and I just purchased my first Ford club wagon in line six.My club wagon van is all stock I would like to do a 3 inch lift and I need some tech help on how to do it.Thanks

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Post #2 by bubba22349 » Wed Mar 30, 2016 6:03 pm

:hmmm: The best way is to have your springs rebuilt and re-arched or a new set of springs made that would give you that 3 inches of lift. You could also look for other used springs that could be adapted but that would be a lot more work (trial and error) and may require new frame mounts too. Lastly the cheapest way is to add 3 inch lift blocks between the axeles and spring pads you would need longer U Bolts and longer shocks for this and any of the above too. You could also do it the say way 4x4 guys do and lift the body up with some 3 inch blocks between the frame mounts and the body or a combo of the any two. Good luck :nod:
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