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    2" Lift 2016 GU Y61 SWB TB48 Recommendations

    G'day guys from Dubai.

    I recently bought a 2016 Y61 TB48 SWB and looking to do a 2" lift.

    When I lived in Oz I previously used Dobinsons and looking to do the same here however I have been getting conflicting information from two different suppliers.

    First supplier is recommending C45-132 on the front and C45-323 on the rear. These are only standard height springs however they are saying they will provide a 2" lift based on the local spec Y61.

    Second supplier is recommending C45-189 and C45-134 and whilst they will give a 45mm lift looking on the Dobinsons website they are for a LWB.

    On the Dobinsons website they recommend C45-004 for the front and C45-121 on the rear for the Y61 SWB so i'm completly confused.

    Would appreciate everyones comments and feedback on what the optimal setup is.

    Cheers

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    I would go with the manufacturer...
    1997 Blue Nissan Patrol Y60 blacktop TD42 - Honey Badger (build thread)
    2006 White Nissan Patrol Y61 TB45 - G-Unicorn (build thread)
    1997 Red Suzuki Samurai Canvas Top SJ413 - Tatui
    2005 White Toyota Landcruiser FZJ105 - Stormtrooper

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    How long is a piece of string Bravo Mate
    Not being a smartarse but you will have to work harder alone for your weight versus swb versus load versus usage to nail down what works for your truck
    FWIW: Have been very happy with Dobinsons for years now, personally not a fan of ‘variable springs’ “constants” work for nuffy me now


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