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Re: Lift Kit
« Reply #6 on: January 02, 2018, 03:12:45 AM »
Thanks for the feedback guys.

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« Reply #5 on: November 12, 2017, 11:08:42 PM »
Ah got it.  Funny how something can sound so specific, like XL7 and yet be totally just a marketing label having nothing specific about it at all.
2003 Suzuki tracker 4d 5sp 2.0 “piglet”
Deleted air 4wd system, Manual hubs, 2” lift, 235/75,

Old ride: 1997 X90 “jellybean” best lil car I’ve ever had

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Re: Lift Kit
« Reply #4 on: November 12, 2017, 05:21:41 PM »
An 08 XL7 (the new XL7) is a GM design - it's your typical unibody construction, transverse engined FWD "cross-over SUV" although it was offered with an AWD option - the only resemblance to anything Suzuki is the badge on the grille.

The previous generation of XL-7 (note the hyphen) sold in the US from 01~06 was essentially a stretched Grand Vitara, with the body on frame construction and the two speed transfer case part time 4WD that Suzuki has used on their SUVs since the start of time.
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Re: Lift Kit
« Reply #3 on: November 12, 2017, 03:00:06 PM »
I would try calling Rocky Road Outfitters and seeing if they can give you a little more info on this:

http://www.rocky-road.com/grand-vitara-lift.html

It says, "also fits XL7"... I think in the 10 years since the "new" XL7 came out you are probably the first person I have ever run across inquiring about a lift kit. Probably because it would be about as much use as putting a lift kit on a Dodge Caravan with AWD, But hey, to each their own. Post some pics if you figure something out.

Can you elaborate on that comment?  I thought the xl7 was similar in construction to other models in the range? 
2003 Suzuki tracker 4d 5sp 2.0 “piglet”
Deleted air 4wd system, Manual hubs, 2” lift, 235/75,

Old ride: 1997 X90 “jellybean” best lil car I’ve ever had

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Re: Lift Kit
« Reply #2 on: November 09, 2017, 08:45:07 PM »
I would try calling Rocky Road Outfitters and seeing if they can give you a little more info on this:

http://www.rocky-road.com/grand-vitara-lift.html

It says, "also fits XL7"... I think in the 10 years since the "new" XL7 came out you are probably the first person I have ever run across inquiring about a lift kit. Probably because it would be about as much use as putting a lift kit on a Dodge Caravan with AWD, But hey, to each their own. Post some pics if you figure something out.
97 Sidekick 4door 5 speed, 1.5 spacer lift, 2" body lift, CJ rims, locked rear, 31's, 4:1 low <SOLD>
01 Vitara 2.0L 5 speed, 2.5" Calmini lift, 2" body lift, Sidekick rims, locked rear, 31's, 4:1 low, 5.13 diffs <SOLD>
03 XL7 2.7 5 speed, 3" AE lift with OME springs, 2" AE body lift, 5.13 diffs, 235/80R17 BFG AT's on Ultra 17x8 with 1" spacers, skid plates, Balmer Fab front bumper

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Lift Kit
« Reply #1 on: November 06, 2017, 03:18:28 AM »
Hi guys! I need some advice. I would like to add an extra 4-inch of ground clearance on my I own a 2008 Suzuki XL-7 Luxury. What brand of suspension lift kit should I go for?