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Lift laws in Pennsylvania?

Hey all, anyone have any insight into the lift laws in PA? I just bought a lifted 78 on a whim before actually putting any thought into what I was buying (thinking with my heart and not my head) and now am a little worried I'll have issues getting it inspected.

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Of COURSE there's a site called liftlaws.com. Thanks for that, it's a huge help. I've looked elsewhere, but nothing I could find was as complete. I might need some flares, and the bumpers could be an issue, but I guess we'll see. Fingers crossed.
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In my area cops seem to make a big deal about flares on jeeps, but then i see dumb dodges running around all over in full bro-dozer mode with half their tire sticking out of the wheel well, and no one seems to care I put flares on my trucks anyway for the winters to keep the brine & gravel from wrecking the paint.


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An inspection station isn't going to care about a lift, and only a local town cop will give u issues if he wants to be a dick. In 20 years of driving lifted Broncos and trucks I've only ever had a tape measure pulled out once.....and I beat it in court.

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i have 6"s and have no problem with my shaft
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