lifted SHO?

quagmires_sho

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i know this forum is usually dedicated to making the SHO handle BETTER, but has anyone had any luck lifting a SHO? i dont care about actual offroad performance, i just want the ground clearance and so i could fit offroad tires, so those "universal lift cups" that some donks use would work fine. they arent that expensive, should i just send it and if it doesnt fit j send them back or is it not worth my time.
 

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Does your car even run right?

If not everything else is a waste of time. Never spend money on modifications if you can't get the car to run correctly at baseline.
 

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Does your car even run right?

If not everything else is a waste of time. Never spend money on modifications if you can't get the car to run correctly at baseline.
it doesnt run correctly now, but i wanna set out a budget for modifications i do want in the future.
 

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If your not interested in off road performance why do you want to fit off road tires?
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sleepercoupe

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I think if you ordered all new shock/spring assembly’s from rockauto that thing would feel lifted. They are like $40ea at rockauto

It would be super easy to get an inch or so. Space all the strut mounting flanges, kinda like a wheel spacer.
 
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