What happens in a lift-up
It is necessary to know the various phenomena that occur in changing the values pre-set by automobile manufacturers correctly.
Due to the structure of the Jimny, raising the ride height will cause one wheel to go inside the body, while the other wheel will try to protrude outside the body. Depending on the tire size, the wheel may protrude from the fender, which may cause the vehicle to not meet vehicle inspection requirements. The arm and spring will also tilt to the left or right.
To deal with these problems, it is possible to correct them to the proper position by replacing the lateral rod with an adjustable type.
（2）Higher center of gravity
By raising the center of gravity of the vehicle, the roll axis rises, which increases the anxiety factor for cornering. It is possible to reduce this to some extent by changing the lateral rod installation position, or by changing the spring rate or stabilizer rate.
（3）Hoses will not be long enough.
When the vehicle height is raised by replacing the springs and dampers, the brake hoses and stays may not be long enough. Depending on the amount of lift, it may be necessary to replace the hoses and stays with longer ones.
（4）Changes in Alignment
As the distance between the body of the car and the axles and tires changes, the various alignment values such as toe, camber angle, caster angle, and steering wheel center will also inevitably change. Four-wheel alignment correction (adjustment) is essential to ensure that the car drives straight without being steered.