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Transit suspension lift

Anyone seen or heard of one yet? Off the shelf?

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Not on this side of the pond. Not sure what they're waiting on...? I would think one of the big manufacturers would have put one out by now. The rear is easy, but would like to do a 3" lift to allow for larger tires/more clearance, with maybe an offset rim for mor width/stability, and some sway bars. Are you paying attention, QUIGLEY???


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Another thread on same issue called "Suspension Lift and Leveling"

Suspension Lift and Leveling

Interested in about the same, but looking for ~2" lift/level.
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You can buy a Quigley Transit right now from your dealer. 2" lift, not sure what they do to gain that.
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Another thread on same issue called "Suspension Lift and Leveling"

Suspension Lift and Leveling

Interested in about the same, but looking for ~2" lift/level.
Posted this on the above thread today.
So, stumbled across this today. VanCompass (https://vancompass.com/) has developed a 2" suspension lift kit for 2wd Sprinters and are planning to do the same for Transits. Currently, they're looking for vehicles to complete their R&D on (https://vancompass.com/pages/vehicles-wanted). Any ex-sprinter owners have any further info on this?

VanCompass also has a facebook page with a few videos and additional photos.

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