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11-09-2009 04:12 PM
M&M CUSTOM It can vary WIDELY depending on the particular vehicle in question, sure you aren't going to be able to lower a car as much as a full size truck.

You aren't going to need to lift a full size truck as much as a small truck to achieve the same effect.

THEN, there are those that would like to install 44 inch tires on a mini truck and run it on the streets, the main reason behind lift laws IMO.

UPDATE, after a short online search I found the following:
MO has a bumper height law:
Regular vehicle 22 front and rear
Commercial vehicle up to 4500# 24 front 26 rear
Commercial vehicle 4501-7500# 27 front 29 rear
Commercial vehicle 7501-9000# 28 front 30 rear
11-09-2009 04:12 PM
Originally Posted by campracing
I know around here you can not alter ride hight up or down more then 2 inches but they don't enforce it.
I know you can add a lift and they measure by bumper hieght, but just not sure what the numbers are.
11-09-2009 03:33 PM
campracing I know around here you can not alter ride hight up or down more then 2 inches but they don't enforce it.
11-04-2009 08:58 PM
matt167 search your state DMV's site for " headlight height " and figure it out
11-04-2009 08:28 PM
Lift Laws

Does anyone know what the limit is for lifting your vehicle in missouri?

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