3 inch Body Lift Kit - Pajero/Shogun/Montero Mk2 - SWB.
All the parts are contained in this kit to raise your truck's body by a nominal 3 inch
Raising your body will enable you to fit bigger diameter tyres allowing you more clearance under the vehicle.
The 75mm kit requires extra modification to your truck. See the FAQs for a full list. However we will stress that this will not be major - further instructions can be found Here and you'll find some FAQs Here.
We are also quite happy to answer questions on the phone, our phone number is +44 (0) 20 3598 2107 (sorry english only)
Polystone™ Grade 500, high density polyethylene:
- Excellent resistance (no attack) to dilute and concentrated Acids, Alcohols and Bases.
- Good resistance (minor attack) to Aldehydes, Esters, Aliphatic and Aromatic Hydrocarbons, Ketones and Mineral and Vegetable Oils.
- Limited resistance (moderate attack and suitable for short term use only) to Halogenated Hydrocarbons and Oxidizing Agents.
- Maximum Temperature: 248°F 120°C
- Minimum Temperature: -148°F -100°C
- Autoclavable: No
- Melting Point: 266°F 130°C
- Tensile Strength: 4550 psi (31.37 N/mm2)
- Hardness: SD65
- Specific Gravity: 0.95
Bolts & Nuts
8.8 high tensile steel bolts
All Bolts 50Nm
Refer to the general fitting page, remove the fan/radiator cowling (if fitted) before lifting.
Vehicles fitted with super select transfer boxes (mostly all the MK2 range) have to have material removed from the body, and on some lifts the centre console, behind the transfer lever. This is due to the super select transfer lever operating through about 90º and the 2 wheel drive position of the lever being at 45º.
The amount of material having to be removed varies on the size of the lift from about 8mm on a 2 inch lift to about 75mm on a 4.5 inch lift.
This kit will fit:
1991 - 1999
Please check out our FAQs Here
Vehicle Specific FAQs:
Will these fit the Mk3 face lift Pajero?
Mitsubishi changed the design of the Pajero range in 2000 from ladder frame chassis and separate body to a monocoque type construction (chassis and body all in one). During the late 90s they updated the Mk2 with a face lift, this design was then carried on after 2000 as the Mk3. Our body lift kits will fit the face lift Pajero up to 1999/2000 but not the Mk3 made after that date.
I've been told I already have a body lift can I fit this kit as well as, or instead of?
On the Pajero range many of the vehicles leave the factory with what is known as a 'winter pack' and one of the thing included is a body lift to allow clearance for snow chains to be fitted. The lift varies between 1" and 2" and is done by repositioning the mount points on the chassis so you will be able to fit this kit as well.
How can I tell if I already have a body lift?
Go to the rear wheel arch and look at the chassis behind the wheel. The chassis and body at this point is normally touching (or are within 10mm of touching) if you have a bigger gap than 10mm (e.g. 20mm or 40mm) for example, you can insert one or two fingers between the body and chassis, then you have a body lift. At the front end of the wheel arch is a body mount point consisting of a bracket with a metal cup containing a rubber insert with a steel washer on top. If the steel washer touches the body then you do not have a after-market body lift.
Do you have a kit for 2000-on Pajeros?
Unfortunately Mitsubishi changed the construction of the Pajero range in 2000 from ladder frame chassis and separate body to a monocoque fabrication - the chassis being part of the body. This means that it is not possible to lift the bodies on Pajeros, Shoguns or Monteros manufactured after this date.
What is the difference between a Mk 1 or Mk 2 Pajero?
The Mk1 was built between 1983 and 1990 and has a very squarish brick like style. The Mk2 was built between 1990 and 2000 and is more rounded with a less steep angle on the windscreen. Towards the end of the 90s a face lift model was introduced - this had wide stepped wheel arches. In 2000 the face lift became the Mk3 with a monocoque construction.
Will your lift kit fit my Mitsubishi Delica?
Unfortunately only the pre 1986 model Delica's had separate body and chassis, since then as far as we know at the moment all the models built after this have a monocoque construction (combined chassis and bodyshell).