Question about 1994 Mitsubishi Mighty Max
The problem here is. if it is a 4 wheel drive, you can raise the front end by adjusting the torsion bars. If this is a 2 wheel drive model, the only way to raise the the vehicle is by replacing the rear and front springs. This what controls what they call "ride heigth" and is a critical measurement in wheel alignments. These can be found at a local salvage yard to reduce costs. Once this is done, hget the vehicle aligned so you don't ruin your tires. Let me know if you need replacement instructions.
Posted on Nov 14, 2010
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