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  • Mile High VX's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:27 PM
    Now that they can tag every photo as hosted by Photobucket they have allowed outside links once again.
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  • Thelgord's Avatar
    Yesterday, 02:14 PM
    Thelgord replied to a thread Project VXOverLand in Build Projects
    Installed yet another TPS after the engine went all kinds of wonkey on me, again. That didn’t fix it so now I have a spare TPS. The down side is my engine is running rough as all get out and I got p0300 code, random multiple misfires. Ran seafoam...
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  • VXorado's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:50 AM
    Looks like the photobucket links were fixed... this thread has pictures again! :_beer:
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  • VXorado's Avatar
    Yesterday, 07:48 AM
    If you're going 35" tires or bigger, you'll find the suspension lift maxes out the IFS in order to get enough lift to fit the tires. You can run it this way and I know several VXers who have for years. I opted for 3" body lift + 2" suspension lift...
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  • Thelgord's Avatar
    11/15/2018, 08:38 PM
    With a suspension lift you can get 33's in there. With suspension lift and a really big hammer you can get 35's. I currently run 31's with just a coil spring/torsion lift and wish I had gone to 33's. If you go beyond 3" on the front end with a...
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  • sunnyguy's Avatar
    11/15/2018, 12:15 PM
    Nice - great directions. I need to do this in order to get bigger tires under my green dragon. Do you have any perspective/feedback on this type of body lift Vs a torsion bar adjustment and new rear coil springs? Can/should it be done with...
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  • Thelgord's Avatar
    11/13/2018, 07:13 PM
    Be careful when buying a new intake gasket. I went through 3 of them before the parts store got me the correct one. The 3.2 Upper Gasket is the same as the 3.5, but thinner. I popped two of them. Once we figured out there was a difference in the...
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  • Nikad92397's Avatar
    11/13/2018, 08:18 AM
    I was thinking maybe, just maybe if you pull the hood, pull the top half of the intake and what ever else in the way, take the front wheels off and lower and by crawling around on it like a high school wrestler trying to pin, there might be a chance.
    7 replies | 202 view(s)
  • Ldub's Avatar
    11/12/2018, 09:33 AM
    The only method that I'm aware of, is to remove the intake. (you probably need new intake gaskets anyway) Be sure the line(s) you use as replacements are rated for fuel injection use.
    7 replies | 202 view(s)
  • O2bsurfin's Avatar
    11/12/2018, 08:20 AM
    Thanks, I’ll check that out.
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