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Can't find a lift kit for my 33's to fit on my '93 dakota....

I have searched everywhere for a lift kit to help my front end get level with the back, or maybe even to lift both front and back. I have some 33" mud tires that i wanna fit on my truck but i can't seem to find a lift. ANY SUGGESTIONS??????

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  • Tinkertoys1 May 11, 2010

    HU? 33's on the front, what's on the back end, stock? If you're asking this, you may be better off buying a truck with the lift kit and tires already on it!

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You can crank the torsion bars for maybe an inch. or put a body lift on for 2-3" or combinatoin of both. or just cut the fenders

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