80 series lift kit!

Declan

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I am in ireland
Apr 25, 2017
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So I have a 3 inch lift kit for my landcruiser, shocks, springs, extended brakes lines and castor correction bushes.

I’ll be going with 33” tyres in 16” wheels,

I’m also thinking of getting adjustable front and rear panhard rods, is there any need for them and if so how hard would they be to set up or could any wheel alignment place do it? Thanks in advance
 

Chris

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I am in europe
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Honestly the side shift on a 3 inc lift is barely noticeable I have them and frankly next time I’d cut them and weld in a bit
I put on a 6 inch lift and the extra I added on the adjuster was around 10mm
 

stumog

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On mine I had a 2 inch lift which moved the axle way to far over so I fitted them. I would fit your lift and then let it settle in for a bit and see.
 

Rob-o

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I have a 2.5” lift and no adjustable rods, seems ok. My only other advice would be not to fit the castor correction bushes, they don’t flex much and can cause cracks on the front axle casing (ask me how I know) I refitted standard bushes and fitted a set of castor correction plates from Karl on here and they’ve been fantastic.
 
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