View Full Version : TaylorRichie's Lift Wiki W/ Part Numbers

09/17/2018, 08:44 PM
For most all components to build your own lift start Here:

I've searched the forums best I could to get the following information. If you have an addition, please post your part, part number, and details regarding the part, and I'll add it to the original list.

Here goes...

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Ready to run lifts

Calmini (http://www.pureisuzu.com/suspension6.htm)

independent4X (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/index.php?cPath=1_12_22_26)

Rocky Road (http://www.rocky-road.com/vehicross.html)


Energy Suspension

Sway Bar Bushings:
Greasable (zerk) 19mm = 355-9-5156R (G for Black instead of R)
Greasable (zerk) 28mm = 355-9-5163R (G for Black instead of R)

Low Profile Bumpstops: 9.913R or 9.9102R

Tie Rod Boots: 9.13101R

High Profile Rear Bumpstop: 9.9104R

Coil Spacer: Independent 4X 1" (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?cPath=1_12_23_30&products_id=71) Independent 4X 2" (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?cPath=1_12_23_30&products_id=34)


Sway Bar Bushings:
19mm = 311-19-1118
28mm = 311-19-1144

Bump Stops:
Low Profile = 311-19-1319 (front)
4 1/2" High Profile = 311-19-1311 (rear)

Stinky Fab Joint arms (http://www.stinkyfab.com/slinks.html)

Extreme Duty Lower Links (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?products_id=49)

Bilstein Shocks

Front - B46-1738-H2 (H1 option for more stiffness)
Rear - B46-1739-H1

"I installed these on my VX (H1's in front) a couple years back, and while they are an excellent choice for the VX with a very close-to-stock ride, the rears are probably stiffer than they need to be, and a softer one might be appropriate for the VX. After all, these Bilstein models are actually the ones they recommend for the Trooper (they don't have a recommendation for the VX), and the longer Trooper probably carries more weight on the rear axle, requiring a stiffer shock to counteract the additional inertia."
I ended up going with the Bilstein shocks, and I'm very happy*with my choice. H2s up front and H1s in the rear. I keep a heavy tool box in the rear, and from the front the rear shocks feel great. My rear seat passengers would argue that though... but I don't think anything will feel good to someone sitting directly over the rear axle.

Old Man Emu Rear Coils - OME912

Adjustable Coil Spacers
Small(0"-2 1/2")P/N: 91645551 (http://www.speedwaymotors.com/p/7038,712_Adjustable-Hidden-Spring-Shim-Standard.html)
Large(3 1/8"-5 1/4")P/N: 91645552
Available from Speedway Motors. (clickable links above)

Sway Bar disconnects: independent4X (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?cPath=1_12_23_30&products_id=53)

Brake Lines: independent4X (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?cPath=1_12_23_30&products_id=75)

See a trend ;) independent 4X has just about everything.

tie rods: Independent4X (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?products_id=57)

Extended Brake lines also available at independent4X, ebay, and basically anywhere that has 4X4 Supplies.

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Poly Spacer part numbers and links

Adjustable coil spacer part numbers and links.

Names of recommended supply houses for any of the above components.

Misc info:
Torsion cranks - 3-4 turns per inch.

Great thread on lifting (http://vehicross.info/forums/showthread.php?t=11107)

Lifting FAQ (http://vehicross.info/forums/showthread.php?t=10525&highlight=longer+bilstein+shocks)

Ball Joint Flip tutorial with pics (http://www.planetisuzoo.com/articles.htm/78)

ball Joint Spacers - independent 4X (https://id211.chi.us.securedata.net/independent4x.com/merchantmanager/product_info.php?cPath=1_12_23_30&products_id=67)

Drop Bracket threads: