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    Bred Lee

    We put bigger tires on our foot wheel drives to improve the clearance underneath a four-wheel drive. Now it’s a misconception that by placing a suspension lift under your entire industry, you’re going to increase the clearance. It isn’t true because its suspension only lifts everything from the chassis on your floor drive. So now it’s going to improve your approach, .and apart from your angle, allow your fit bigger tires. The only accurate way to increase the clearance on your four-wheel Drive is to fit bigger tires under it because that’ll increase the difference between the bottom of the depth and the ground clearance.
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