Re: What's The Second Best Way to Level The Front End?
I think I'd probably just chop the top bar off of the OEM roof rack before I bought an entirely new one, but at this time I'm not really looking to change anything with the rack right now, so a lift is off the table. I'm also trying to hold off on going down that path for the time being due to current financial limitations, because as we all know, getting a lift means getting bigger tires, and bigger tires look best with steel bumpers, and steel bumpers need a winch.... etc etc. Lol.
Right now I really just want to level the front, and deal with the rest down the road. Though I do fully intend on getting a lift eventually. That's why I'm wondering if there is a way to level the front that would be a gateway into a lift later. I looked into coilovers for the front to level, but they all seem to give the front too much of a lift since most coilovers are designed to complete a 3" lift. Does anyone know if there are coilovers I could get that would provide the 1.5" of lift in the front I need to level now, but would allow me to adjust up to 3" for a complete lift later?
Stock* 2013 Iceberg 6MT FJ Cruiser
*Aftermarket parts may include, but are not limited to:
Ironman Foam Cell Pro Full Suspension, Demello Aluminum Rally Bumper, Engo E9000S Winch, BFG A/T KO2 34X10.5R17, Demello Tube Sliders, RCI Skids, RCI Lower Link Armor, URD Short Throw Shifter, Hella Supertones, Lifetime LED 70W Headlights, Lifetime LED 42W Roof Lights.