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1” lift for SAS?

KompressorV12

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I don’t intend on going 37s but want a slightly higher stance. When my bronco is loaded with gear when overlanding I lose clearance. I want a 1” (non leveling) kit. Will this put me out of tolerance and risk over extending angles?
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If you use a 1" level kit in the front (either Zone or Rough Country) and a Fabtech 1.5" level in the rear you will get...

0.94 front/0.88 rear lift.

No need to dissassemble the coilovers for this small of a lift, and no real risks with the angles. Done and done.
 
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KompressorV12

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If you use a 1" level kit in the front (either Zone or Rough Country) and a Fabtech 1.5" level in the rear you will get...

0.94 front/0.88 rear lift.

No need to dissassemble the coilovers for this small of a lift, and no real risks with the angles. Done and done.
I like the sound of that
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