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Work done so far as of
  • Lift: 2" by ReadyLIFT
  • Tires: P235/65R-17: Open Range
  • Wheels: Niche NR6 17x7.5
  • Stereo: Pioneer AVH-4500Nex with RX Maestro to access car functions.
  • Sub: Rockford Fosgate P1 1x10 enclosure (Used from older car)
  • Windows tinted.
  • Blackout: grille, headlights, decal (badges).
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Hood is not permanent just plasti-dip. Bored during my 2 week stay at home.
 

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How is the ride on the lift? I know the experience on lowering a car(not pleasant), but how does it feel lifting it up? Also, what did you use to lift it?
Thanks and hope your keeping busy during the quarantine!
 

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Its a bit tighter for sure, but thats expected a little not drastically different. Only issue I have is the lift brings in towards the front. I used a ready lift kit. Should of used another that had the centering alignment with it. I actually like the feel of being higher so it feels a lot better to me.

Originally lifted the car to get the clearance the camping trails here are a bit much.

Other factors.

Tire size i went with 17" rim with the biggest tire that would fit. This lost me about 50 gallons on fuel economy overall.
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