sure, you could drop the diff, and the upper and lower control arms and the brake hoses and the struts and the ....

better idea, why not go and do what the guys in the late 80's were doing and just weld a whole extra frame to the bottom of the sportage frame with the suspension attached to it... ???

well, because it doesn't give you better performance, that's why, it just makes the truck higher... ya know, like those guys running around with 24" bling rims and MT's with next to zero side wall and a snowplow under the front end...

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there is hope for a better solution! and an easier one as well...

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a long travel kit with modified knuckles running coil-overs...

a long travel kit would be easier to build, easier to adjust, look better, offer more usable ground clearance and have a lot longer travel stroke...

it will however, be a little more expensive because you wouldn't be recycling stock suspension components, you'd be using all new race proven equipment...

Last edited by Dave Scott; 07/29/09 05:06 AM.

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