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How tall is your jimny?

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13 Apr 2013 17:51 #68633 by Wuzie123
Wuzie123 replied the topic: How tall is your jimny?
106 at the handle 122 at the light 165 wide...

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12 May 2013 15:52 #70545 by kirkynut
kirkynut replied the topic: Re: How tall is your jimny?

kirkynut wrote: 111cm to handle.124cm to light. I think my springs have sagged!

Kirkynut


With newer springs and a spacer on the driver's front to correct the lean - door handle: 113cm rear light 125.5cm

Spec - just 3" lift using BIGJIMNY springs to lift it - corresponding Rancho shocks and castor correction taken care of by ORA.

Kirkynut

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13 Sep 2013 21:15 #83088 by jimkyx
jimkyx replied the topic: Re: How tall is your jimny?
Saw this on a Web Site offroading in Iceland:
37inch tyres and Spidertrax Axles:

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25 Sep 2013 18:47 #84367 by Cruzer244
Cruzer244 replied the topic: Re:How tall is your jimny?
Door handle : 98cm
Rear light : 118cm

My jimny is still stock Standard.


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2010 Suzuki Jimny With 3"GIZ Lift, Steel undies, front diff protector, Towbar and Some Very nice HID Xenon Lights

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31 Jan 2014 05:37 #102709 by Millzy
Millzy replied the topic: How tall is your jimny?
hi there mine is 113 at door handle does anyone know what sort lift kit that might have been and it has 285/70/15 tyres

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31 Jan 2014 15:39 #102731 by idiotmobil
idiotmobil replied the topic: How tall is your jimny?

Millzy wrote: hi there mine is 113 at door handle does anyone know what sort lift kit that might have been and it has 285/70/15 tyres


hard to say but sound like about a 3"

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01 Apr 2015 10:31 #141755 by bradley84
bradley84 replied the topic: Re: How tall is your jimny?
1320 top rear light with zero body lift 1800 wide cant see that coming under the heading of unstable

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05 Oct 2016 15:34 #173176 by Bosanek
Bosanek replied the topic: How tall is your jimny?
I just know that it is too tall even in stock form to load bicycles on a roof mounted bicycle carrier.

When you lift a bicycle that high (high above your head), you have to struggle a lot not to get overturned by it!
While you are struggling, it is quite risky to scratch the car's paintwork with the bicycle.

Stepping up on the door sill, to gain height, just makes you more unstable.

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