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Anyone tried or know if this will work. I want to add 1-2 inches so I can put 33's on. I'm looking for the cheapest, but safest, if possiable way to do this. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I all ready have Rovertym 2 inch lift springs w/ OME shocks.

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OME do spring spacers or packers they call them, I've got a set of 8mm ones fitted under the front spring seats to trim up the front.

I think they do them in 8mm, 10mm and 12mm sizes they may do larger ones too. You can get 2" spring seat that I know Paddock Spares and M+M4x4 do for the classic RR, this may work with your springs on the P38 axle but it's worth checking with suppliers.
 

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How about a body lift instead? You could do 10" spring spacers, but if you don't have extended height sensor arms it won't do you any good.
 

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kmagnuss said:
...but if you don't have extended height sensor arms it won't do you any good.
On coil springs at that height wouldn't the height sensors be known as altitude sensors?
 

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I ordered some 2" blocks from "Toddco Suspensions". They are for a Classic, but will fit my P38 also. They are reasonably priced, so you might look into them.

Haven't put them on my truck yet though. Gotta replace the transfer case first.
 

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420P38 said:
Anyone tried or know if this will work. I want to add 1-2 inches so I can put 33's on. I'm looking for the cheapest, but safest, if possiable way to do this. Any info would be greatly appreciated. I all ready have Rovertym 2 inch lift springs w/ OME shocks.

Brian
Are you referring to the "hockey pucks" or the LR or OME "trim packers" ?
Answers to your questions http://rockrover.com/techarticles.htm
In addition to the usual brake lines, drive shafts and bump stops you may want to consider modifying your front and rear panhard rods.
33" tyres are a tight fit under full articulation.
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