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DOUGNASH 04-18-2022 01:37 AM

Lifting a 1990 Atlas F22 4dr JDM
 
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Attachment 5127Hi

I have a new to me truck arriving tomorrow.

I am looking for advice of raising the suspension 2-3”

Not sure they even make kits, RC only has for a D21

Looking to put new wheels and larger tires as well

Nothing crazy big, just a little meaner stance

Deerhurst 04-18-2022 03:23 AM

What kind of suspension under it? Lifting leaf sprung vehicles is very easy.

Hawairish 04-18-2022 05:31 AM

Awesome.

So, it's been a while since I've seen some underside pics, but from what I remember, it was still a torsion bar setup, except the t-bars connect to the UCAs, not the LCAs. Low probability there's a lift kit, let alone t-bars, though. But, cranking the t-bars is surely an option.

It also has a RH-drop R200 (uses same gears as all common low-pinion R200 and C200) and RH-drop TX12A transfer case. So at least that opens a lot of doors to other axle and suspension options if SAS'ing it is a possibility. Rear is an H233B.

Got a pic of the VIN plate? TD27 5MT?

alabama_lowlife 04-18-2022 10:10 AM

That’s very damn cool

DOUGNASH 04-18-2022 11:03 AM

Yes leaf springs in the rear and control arms up front

It has the TD27 with a 5 speed manual
PS and a/c too

DOUGNASH 04-18-2022 11:05 AM

Not sure if it is allowed to post links ?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Dz2u...oCp3vQ&index=1

dvdswan 04-18-2022 02:23 PM

OVERLANDING!!! For the WIN!

DOUGNASH 04-18-2022 03:20 PM

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Originally Posted by dvdswan (Post 559305)
OVERLANDING!!! For the WIN!

Although there is nothing of the sorts on Long Island, the plan is to build the truck up to prepare for it.

It will mainly be a cruise around town and a support vehicle.

Going from the house 5 minutes away to the marina, I have a boat with detroits and also an M925a2 w/ a cummins there as well.

I'm always hauling stuff and tools.

Suspension, wheels/tires, air system, stereo, extra battery for house bank, roof rack basket with solar panel, inverter, tint windows, look into adding a turbo as well

DOUGNASH 04-18-2022 03:22 PM

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Originally Posted by alabama_lowlife (Post 559296)
That’s very damn cool

Thank you

I was originally looking at smaller JDM Kei trucks, then I saw this truck, it just checked all the boxes because of the diesel power.

Reserector 04-18-2022 05:27 PM

Maybe go with a body lift and leave the suspension angles all stock. You won't run into all the IFS lift-related problems.


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