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Old 08-21-2020, 11:00 PM #1
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Arrow Front is 23" center hub to fender..what kind of lift is this?

Sorry if this is common knowledge but when I bought my 17 ORP w/KDSS it was already lifted. Im trying to figure out how much my FRONT is actually lifted vs stock.

The rear has Dobinsons C59-725 KDSS springs and 5100's. Front is 6112 with Eibach 700lb springs.

My 4R has the factory rake look if that matters.
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Subtract the stock height from your current height and that will give you the answer.
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Subtract the stock height from your current height and that will give you the answer.
Did you even read my post?
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So stock is around 20"?
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Front is 23" center hub to fender..what kind of lift is this?

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So stock is around 20"?


Yes. Each vehicle varies a little, but 20” is a good average for the front. Stock rear is generally around 22”.
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So stock is around 20"?
Yes. For the OR & ORP’s. The Pros are 1” higher up front as compared. I added 1.5” front and 1” rear Cornfed spacers to my Pro and my front center hub to top of fender measures 22.5”. My rear is 23.25”. Hope that helps.
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