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I realize that this may be impossible and/or frowned upon, but would it be possible to lift the Note about an inch? I am curious because I could really use a bit more clearance and suspension travel for the area I live in.
 

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Are you bottoming the suspension or rubbing other stuff? If it's suspension, I think better front shocks might help, since the low-speed damping seems to be pretty weak on the oem units.
 

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Are you bottoming the suspension or rubbing other stuff? If it's suspension, I think better front shocks might help, since the low-speed damping seems to be pretty weak on the oem units.
My Versa probably sees more offroad action than a lot of lifted pickups. (I'm kidding) I use it to get to cycling trails, off-the-beaten-path fishing locales, and camping accessed via unpaved roads, as well as sand when all the parking at P-cola beach is packed and it could just use more clearance to make sure the underbody doesn't get damaged by rocks and other such destructive things.
 

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Understood, I know of no lift springs or the like. But Primitive Engineering (or something like that), makes some good skid plates and I thought they where in your neck of the woods. Good Luck
 
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