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I gotta 1999 CRV with high miles, no rust and needs some TLC in the engine department. I have it in the garage, working away to make it run again and while I am at it, I would like to lift it a bit and put on chunkier tires....I love how they look slightly lifted like that. Nothing outrages, just enough to give a tad more clearance and a chunkier tire, for if I go off road a bit when I go MT biking.

Any good lift kits out there? or any tips? thanks.
 

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Just be sure that it's a small lift so you aren't stretching that rear drive shaft. After buying the recommended tire size for a 2005, I wished I had gone just a bit bigger. The wife's 2013 came standard with a taller tire both are continentals but the larger tire just looks better.


What shall we have? An '82 Margaux! Is it any good? Good....?, It will make you believe in God!
 

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I gotta 1999 CRV with high miles, no rust and needs some TLC in the engine department. I have it in the garage, working away to make it run again and while I am at it, I would like to lift it a bit and put on chunkier tires....I love how they look slightly lifted like that. Nothing outrages, just enough to give a tad more clearance and a chunkier tire, for if I go off road a bit when I go MT biking.

Any good lift kits out there? or any tips? thanks.
http://www.rocky-road.com/honda-crv-lift-kit.html

http://www.coloradomountainrally.com/
 
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