KZJ90 2" bodylift installed

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Now I got it done.

50 mm (2") blocks made from 70 mm (2.75") nylon tube (holes still missing):
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Front bumper lift plates (front bolt needed to get as flat as possible):
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Radiator´s new mounting (no drilling needed, new hole happens to be just right place!):
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Air filter hose´s extension:
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Steering shaft extension block 96-'02 Toyota 4Runner (I bought it from Roger Brown http://www.4crawler.com/4x4/ForSale/BodyLiftKit.shtml#SteeringExtension ):
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Rear bumper´s support lift (new holes drilled for lower mounting bolts). The wet thing is rust protection wax:
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Rear bumper at it´s new position. The fuel tank shield is now possible to raise 2" higher, it´s easy and I´ll do it at some day:
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Front bumper needed to cut a little:
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That´s how I lift the body, just under running boards (no bending):
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Front blocks mounted:
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Shift levers new position, no mods needed:
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That´s what I forgot to loose, under rear seat. The nuts are not holding anything! There is space under plates (until you try to lift the body):
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New stance with 2" bodylift + 1" Daystar top plate spacers at front (they lifted 1.75"):
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The new bolts are about 7" long except the most rear ones. The old front bolts are long enough at there.
 
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Thanks for the writeup Matti, but I can't see the pictures here for some reason.

I did see the pics you posted on 90scool, it's looking good!
 
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Okay. Sorry guys, just tested an other program. Seems working okay to me, but not out there.

Now you should see.
 
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I like the view from this angle, the tire/wheels/lift combo gave it an awesome rear stance. The STTs are great tires, I'm running the 265s on my rig and they've performed great on and off the pavement. I'll get to test them in mud and snow very soon... can't wait.
 
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I like the view from this angle, the tire/wheels/lift combo gave it an awesome rear stance. The STTs are great tires, I'm running the 265s on my rig and they've performed great on and off the pavement. I'll get to test them in mud and snow very soon... can't wait.

Thanks. I like it much too. It´ll be even better when I get fuel tank shield 2" upper.

STTs are great too; avesome grip, very good balance, great on the pavement, not too loud at any circumstances and they look nice.:cheers:
 
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any idea how to insulate the area between the gearbox and the cabin? after bodylift created a big space ,5cm height,around of the 2 levers and to the hole of the cabin
 

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