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Old 13 Sep 2007, 01:30 pm
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Default Putting a lift kit on my Honda passport.?

lift kits on honda passports? you think it would look pretty sweet its a v6 and its not a 4x4 soo thats whats not so good but sht i could just do some work to the engine just askin anyone out there who has a lifted truck any tips on what i should do to it. itsa 2000 model
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Old 13 Sep 2007, 01:34 pm
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My only advice is to sell that "Isuzu" Passport quick while you can
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