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In Illinois, you can't lift the body from the chassis more than 3 inches. In terms of bumper height, a GVWR of 4,500 pounds or less and your front bumper can't go higher than 24 inches. GVWRs between 4,501 and 7,500 pounds determine the maximum height of 27 inches at the front and 29 inches at the rear. Finally, if your truck is between 7,501 and 9,000 pounds, the allowable alteration is a maximum height of 28 inches in front and 30 inches in back.
Missouri uses the GVWR as the bumper height guideline. For vehicles 4,500 pounds and under, the front bumper can't be taller than 24 inches, and the rear bumper must see no more than 26 inches. For 4,501 to 7,500 pounds, it's 27 inches front and 29 inches rear. For 7,501 to 9,000 pounds, it's 28 inches front and 30 inches rear. For more information, check out www.Missouri.gov.