Due to the different geometry in the front and back suspension, the front spacer must be taller in order to get a level lift. Q: Will I need an alignment after installing this kit? A: Yes, just as if you lowered your car, lifting changes the wheel alignment. It is also recommended to install camber correction kits for lifts greater than 1.5. Q: Will lifting my car affect the axles?
It depends on the amount of lift and the type of axles you have in your vehicle. Parts store rebuilt axles are more prone to having issues. In general, installing lift spacers greater than 1.5" will require a subframe drop or "body lift to maintain proper axle angle. Q: Do I need to replace my suspension bushings when installing a lift kit?
A: It depends on the condition of your existing bushings. We always recommend inspecting your factory bushings and replacing them with urethane bushings such as Energy Suspension if needed. The added benefit of installing urethane bushings is that it allows the suspension to move more freely without binding up. A: In most cases, yes. By lifting the suspension you are effectively raising the roll center of the car, which can cause additional body roll.Our lift kits are intended for off-road use where suspension travel and ground clearance are more important. The item "2 inch (51mm) Basic Lift Kit for 2002-2006 Honda CR-V" is in sale since Saturday, April 27, 2019. This item is in the category "eBay Motors\Parts & Accessories\Car & Truck Parts\Suspension & Steering\Lift Kits & Parts".
The seller is "hrgengineering" and is located in Mooresville, North Carolina. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.