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Old 02-11-2012, 12:44 PM   #1
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new guy wants to run 33x12.50r16

Hi I just bought an 01 tacoma dbl cab trd limited v6.trying to find out exactly how much lift I have to have to clear 33/12.50r16 tires. Just ordered a winch and ordering bumper next week so I'll be adding about 225-250 extra lbs to the front end.The only bumper I have found that I really like is the one from schrockworks....any other suggestions on that? Finally what is the difference between a limited and any others? I thought it was just interior stuff but the schrockworks site says they are wider. Thanks for any input. Oh yeah, I really don't like to use body lifts if I do it wont be more than one inch and then only if cant avoid it. I tried searching but after 20-30 pages of random stuff without a real answer here I am...or maybe I'm just not searching the correct combinations of key words.
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Are you going to offroad it?

Yes? - 0" and trimming.

No? - 3" lift.
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Are you going to offroad it?

Yes? - 0" and trimming.

No? - 3" lift.
lol....

OP: Check out the Bilstein/Eibach gallery in this section. Best setup to run 33's.

As far as bumpers, check out elite, avid, relentless fab, and a few others in the vendors section of this site.
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Ok so what springs, shocks, uca,diff drop etc will I need to get an honest 3" lift with an extra 225-250 lbs on the front of a v6 dbl cab? Also any idea what backspacing to clear a true 33-12.50 (305/75r16)? If you have an approximate price throw that in as well. Thanks for any input/ideas.
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billy 5100 shocks ome 886 or eibach springs allpro leafpack or add aleaf rear shocks 5125 or 5150 billy shackle 1.5 and 4 inch backspace rims or wheel spacers diff drop and b.a.m.f. braKE prop. bracket stainless brake lines haha might as well add those if im wrong or missed something chime in
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billy 5100 shocks ome 886 or eibach springs allpro leafpack or add aleaf rear shocks 5125 or 5150 billy shackle 1.5 and 4 inch backspace rims or wheel spacers diff drop and b.a.m.f. braKE prop. bracket stainless brake lines haha might as well add those if im wrong or missed something chime in
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889 coils??

And OME coils shouldn't be mixed with bilstein shocks...can be done...but they work with their own struts much better.

Toytec/eibach coils have a 650lbs rate that will handle a winch bumper and winch just fine while giving a true 3'' of lift up front.

If you go OME, go with 882 coils to get around 3'' and to handle the winch/bumper.

But the eibach/billy combo will get you a true-er 3''.

That should either be coupled with an AAL or whole new leaf pack in the rear.

Check out wheelers offroad, toytec, and downsouth motorsports for the products.
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thanks for your help. more or less looking at $1000-1500 for 3" of lift or just do the toytech coilover kit with new rear springs for 1300? Or am I way off my prices? Will I need different uca's or will I still be able to get it properly alligned with the stock units?
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wheel clearing upper control arm

ive got 285/75r 16 and im so close to my upper control arm its millimeters 33/12.5 are wider so that maybe an issue without spacers or rims with proper back spaceing (883) type o he has a double cab with bumper and winch
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thanks for your help. more or less looking at $1000-1500 for 3" of lift or just do the toytech coilover kit with new rear springs for 1300? Or am I way off my prices? Will I need different uca's or will I still be able to get it properly alligned with the stock units?
Bilstein 5100's, eibach coils, and an AAL is like $600.

If you do a whole new leaf pack in the rear (recommended) You are looking at $800-$1000 including the front.

It also depends on what you want to do w/ the front. You mentioned the toytec coilovers, if you want adjustable coilovers go for a better brand like Sway way, Icon, Kings, etc...the toytec coilovers are non-rebuildable and overpriced for what they are.

At 3'' you dont need new UCA's...but if you have the cash, get some because they will help keep your alignment correct w/ the lift.
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