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How tall is your jimny?

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16 May 2011 07:31 #16386 by Ezz
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Mines 124 and 140 no body lift!

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17 May 2011 13:33 #16440 by maverick
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i think someone (maybe who ever started this useless thread) needs to put all these heights with names in order and in one post....

Jalapeño, IISY?

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17 May 2011 18:12 #16457 by darthloachie

maverick wrote: i think someone (maybe who ever started this useless thread) needs to put all these heights with names in order and in one post....


just because you're jealous :evil:

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17 May 2011 19:12 #16464 by supergaz
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I hopefully will be updating this next week once I fit my 2''body lift. :-)
Currently 118cm door handle 134cm rear light as before, Just want to be sure i'm nearer the top.

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14 Jul 2011 09:08 #18938 by jason92
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mine is 95 handle and 116 rear light with road tyres and no lift (soon to be changed) hopfully any one got 2" spring spacers and 2" shock mout movers?? are they any gd for a cheap lift (around £100 ive seen them for as a kit )

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03 Aug 2011 15:30 #19900 by mcjimny
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jason92 wrote: mine is 95 handle and 116 rear light with road tyres and no lift (soon to be changed) hopfully any one got 2" spring spacers and 2" shock mout movers?? are they any gd for a cheap lift (around £100 ive seen them for as a kit )


Great value lift! I've got the full bits4vits kit now, Spring spacers, front shock extenders and rear shock brackets from bigjimny via bits4vits. I'm very happy with it, i ran just the spring spacers and the ride was awful(on road i liked it but far too hard off it) but even just on the short run i've done with the shock extensions its made a massive difference.
Full lift kits are the ideal but so far i can see little negatives for lifting it this way. I've not got a fortune to throw at mine at the moment in all honesty so this ticks the boxes and has allowed me more room for slightly taller tyres.
Look mine up in "my jimny" for an idea of the appearance.

Black Jimny's don't get stuck!

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03 Aug 2011 15:32 #19901 by mcjimny
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I'll have to measure mine once its back together - its on axle stands at the minute so would be cheating :)

What we really need after this thread though is an RTI table!

Black Jimny's don't get stuck!

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04 Aug 2011 16:07 #19957 by Mumbo Jimbo
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110cm to driver's door handle
131cm to top of n/s rear light cluster

ORA 4.5" Lift & 31" BFG's

Think that's as high as I'd want to go - if I go to 33"s later I'll need to do some serious arch cutting

2002 Suzuki Jimny 1328cc Automatic with Air Con
4.5" ORA Suspension Lift Kit
31" BF Goodrich Mud Terrain KM2 Tyres
ARB Winch Bumper
KC Slimlites Driving Lights and Spot Lights
KC Back-up Floodlights
Asfir Front Diff and Petrol Tank Skid Plates
ORA Transfer Box Skid Plate
K&N Air Filter Panel

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04 Aug 2011 17:35 #19966 by supergaz
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supergaz wrote: I hopefully will be updating this next week once I fit my 2''body lift. :-)
Currently 118cm door handle 134cm rear light as before, Just want to be sure i'm nearer the top.



With bodylift now complete it stands at 123cm door handle & 139cm rear light.

This will however drop once the KAP cage is fitted, I can just about lift it!:sick:
Will have pictures up once it returns from West Coast 4x4 :) :) :)

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25 Aug 2011 15:03 #20873 by funkyjimny
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119cm and 134cm.
I dont believe in bodylifts, 3" lift and arches cut out to make 32's fit. (750/16's, about 31.5 really)
Gearings perfect with my 6:1 Rob Storr box.

Gary

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24 Sep 2011 17:14 #22434 by Dutchjimny
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I run on 235/60/15 is that stock??

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27 Sep 2011 10:45 #22670 by adamatdraycott
No 235/60/15 is not the standard/stock size

205/70/15 is the standard factory tyre fitted to Jimny's
Total Diameter is 66.8cm

Your 235/60/15 has been fitted by a previous owner
Total Diameter is 66.3cm

So your tyres are 0.5cm smaller in diameter than stock size... but 3cm wider

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