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I am trying to figure out the lift size I have (already installed when I bought it). I measured from the center hub to the bottom of the wheel well and it was 24”. I’m trying to find out the normal distance between those two spots. If anybody can help me I would appreciate it. Thanks
 

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Are you looking fot what a stock measurement should be?

Im slighlty lifted, approx 2.5 inches. And from the ground up to inner wheel well im at 38.5 in front and a tick under 40 in the rear. 285 70 17's
 

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Are you looking fot what a stock measurement should be?

Im slighlty lifted, approx 2.5 inches. And from the ground up to inner wheel well im at 38.5 in front and a tick under 40 in the rear
Since you didn't state your tire size, measuring body height from the ground is useless.

That's why the OP measured from the center of the wheel hub to the lower edge of the wheel well ... that removes the tire as a variable.
 

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Is that measurement for the back or front wheel?
 

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If my notes are correct when stock I was 20" front and 21.5" rear, measured center of hub to bottom of plastic fender.
 

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I am trying to figure out the lift size I have (already installed when I bought it). I measured from the center hub to the bottom of the wheel well and it was 24”. I’m trying to find out the normal distance between those two spots. If anybody can help me I would appreciate it. Thanks
If you can provide some pictures of your suspension, specifically the front coilovers, we can help in identifying if you have a lift installed.
 
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