HOW TO: 2" 60 Series Bodylift

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Re: HOW TO: 2" 60 Series Bodylift

Unread post by Laidley 62 Series » October 1st, 2012, 11:35 am

Hi Sixtys [ mark ],

That might explain the difference, the one I have just regoed 85 poverty pack barn doors has the stick activation and the green 4 wd button which is just a light and my parts one 86 model has the push button activation G pack with tail gates.

Both are 3 Fs, so we might be starting to identify what model diff there are on a more basic level.

Happy Trails.

David.
1985 F J 62, barn doors, poverty pack.

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Re: HOW TO: 2" 60 Series Bodylift

Unread post by wills » September 4th, 2013, 9:10 am

good right up chers

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Re: HOW TO: 2" 60 Series Bodylift

Unread post by Big_Waity » January 31st, 2014, 6:39 am

I didn't do my body lift, it came with it and it's only a 1". I do have the issue of it popping out of low 4 and I couldn't get high 4 at all. I cut the floor out a bit and now I have high 4 but it pops out of both high and low. I'm just having a look at bending the shifter and I'm wondering how others did it. If I just bend it straight forward, it should find high 4 fine, but doesn't look like it'll fix low 4. If I bend it slightly to the left, it should fix low 4, but I'm worried I won't be able to get it back into high 4 and 2. Would love any advice you can offer.

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Re: HOW TO: 2" 60 Series Bodylift

Unread post by Big_Waity » January 31st, 2014, 11:47 am

I ended up just bending it straight, then notching out the floor to the right of the shifter a fair bit. I kept all of the captive nuts in so I could bolt down the boot. Did a quick test and all would appear to be working now! WOO!

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