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I need to lower my rodeo

 
EJMpowder
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Posted: 08/23/06 02:21 PM

I've looked all over and all i find are lift kits....i have a '92 rodeo 2WD, i dont like high cars i need them to sit on or close to the ground...if anyone has any info on where i could find a lowering kit...please let me know...thanks  

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DRAGBYU
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Posted: 08/24/06 03:18 AM

HEY MAN..
YOU ARE IN LUCK... JUST TAKE A 7/8 WRINCH AND TURN THE TORTION BARS DOWN IN FRONT...THEY ARE RIGHT UNDER THE FRONT DOORS..FOR THE REAR. JUST SLAP A LOWERING BLOCK IN IT WITH NEW U BOLTS AND VWOALA ..LOWERED ZUZU.IF YOU WANT A ALMOST COMPLETELY STOCK RIDE, GET SOME DROP SHOCKS FOR IT... I THINK WWW.FBIRIDES.COM HAS THEM...  

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oreocreaming
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Posted: 06/01/09 10:56 AM

i got the same car..... you got a couple choices. cranking the torsion bars down with a 2" lowering block will give you a 2" drop all the way around. still clears 30x10.50 tires. if you do that though, you will be riding on the bump stops in the front so you will have to cut them down. and the rear will only have about 2-3" of travel before you hit those. option 2 http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=370186282353

thats a 2" lowering spindle. give you factory ride with the same 2" drop. also use with lowering blocks. or, you can use the drop spindles, lower the tortion bars then a 4" tapered lowering block. you should be able to clear a 28x9 tire.  

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carface
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Posted: 04/02/10 07:47 PM

what about lowering a 97 same issue no lowering parts i could find and was wondering before i bought one. what about bolt pattern  

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midnghtrder
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Posted: 05/27/10 11:27 AM

ok i have a 1997 isuzu 4x4 rodeo and i like low car and truck  i got my rodeo 5 inchs off the ground and im going to go to the groung with it.I got my blocks from a auto parts place and i have  ajusted the front bars to  go down and i got 195/60/15 on front and on back i got 205/60/15.  

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midnghtrder
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Posted: 05/27/10 11:32 AM

Im about to put air ride on my rodeo .  

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slodeo67
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Joined: 05/11
Posted: 05/30/11 11:48 AM

I have a 99 rodeo 2wd and don't have leaf in the back. I understand to adjust the torsion bars but what if I want a 4" drop? And can I find coils for the back cause I'm not a fan of cutting or heating them up.  

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