I'm in process of installing a 2" suspension and 2" body lift in my 93 supercharged Sambar. I started out by purchasing the kit from Michigan Mini Trucks. That kit I quickly found is really lacking. I'm not faulting Mi. trucks on this. They are just selling what has been around forever and apparently people were OK with. I personally wasn't so I'm making my own kit from scratch. I will be using the front spacers but that's it. After the suspension lift I'll be making a 2" body lift also. This is all to clear 27" tires. There will be a few engine mods to go along with the tires all with the hopes to make this thing Texas highway capable. Our speed limits are rather high here. So what's the problem with the existing kit? In the front the camber becomes so positive as to become dangerous for a street driven vehicle IMO. For a ranch/hunting truck it's probably OK. In the rear you end up losing the rear bump stop which isn't good and the shock isn't really long enough to work with the extra lift. My solution is to drop the front subframe 2" also. This solves the camber issue by maintaining the stock suspension geometry with the lift. In the rear I'm machining spacers that fit onto the bottom spring perch so the factory bump stop is still there. I also designed up some 2" extensions for the rear shocks. As of right now I've got three out of the five spacers for the subframe machined and installed. There are also spacers for the radiator mount. Here are the main subframe spacers and hardware- Installed- Now for the front diff mount- radiator mount spacers- The lower control arm spacers should be done beginning of the week and all the rear suspension bits by next weekend. Once the suspension is done it's onto the body lift!