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If I take the step off 4 cans otherwise just under "for Know!"
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My XJ is 3.75 icey cold Coke cans high (I had to drink one of them). It's probably as high as I'll go now except for some bigger/off-road tyres.

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mine 5 cans

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4 with a bit of air under the rail
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Hmmm - well it was nearly 40 in the shade and my cans of coopers were all bulging at the ends (cause they were full-lol) - so i got 4 upto the factory side steps and 5 up to the sills- cheers Hunty
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Did some measurements as we played with the CJ6 config and it looks like the frame will be just over 6cans at ride height.
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wooders,

arn't the red bulls longer? might be 7 or so cans then???

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arn't the red bulls longer? might be 7 or so cans then???
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Nah, they were the small RB's which are reg cab height.
But once the thing is on tyres and measuring to the sills I think it will be about 7 cans...... And that's tying to keep the pig low
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Only 4 for me with 31's.

Can anyone tell me how much lift I have, as this is how it was when I bought it.

I am looking at 33's and a 1.25" BL, as soon as my 4.56 gears and SYE go in .
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