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Thanks for all the input. Guess I'll be waiting a little longer to upgrade the tires to account for the cost of the lift as well.
A basic solid lift really isn't that expensive if you do the work yourself. It will certainly be expensive if you have the stealership install it for you, but you can do it yourself in your garage. I don't know what you're counting on in terms of cost, but you can get a quality 2.5" coil lift for around $750+/-. Have someone install it for you and the cost will probably double.
 

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Come on, Crypsis. You can do it. It's really not that hard, and you can even find some instructional videos on YouTube. Plus, you'll have the satisfaction of having done the work yourself along with saving some money.
 
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