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Old 04-23-2013, 04:44 AM   #1
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anyone running a rough country lift kit on their 2002 tacoma? thinking about buying one not sure how big or much of a difference it would look if anyone is running it or something similar post pics
heres the link of the lift

http://www.roughcountry.com/toyota_95-04_tacoma_2.html
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:23 AM   #2
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anyone running a rough country lift kit on their 2002 tacoma? thinking about buying one not sure how big or much of a difference it would look if anyone is running it or something similar post pics
heres the link of the lift

http://www.roughcountry.com/toyota_95-04_tacoma_2.html
I wouldn't run a spacer lift
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Old 04-23-2013, 06:25 AM   #3
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Bilstein 5100's and AAL is about the cheapest yet better then spacer or blocks lift one should consider. Cheapest meaning the cost not the quality.
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anyone running a rough country lift kit on their 2002 tacoma? thinking about buying one not sure how big or much of a difference it would look if anyone is running it or something similar post pics
heres the link of the lift

http://www.roughcountry.com/toyota_95-04_tacoma_2.html
Thats about as cheap and easy as it gets. I wouldn't run it, since I have 4wd and actually take mine offroad. If you just want the look (lifted) and don't have the money to do it right, then do it, but don't wheel it.

That lift appears to raise the front 2.5 inches, and the rear 1.5 inches. Is that what you want?
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Thats about as cheap and easy as it gets. I wouldn't run it, since I have 4wd and actually take mine offroad. If you just want the look (lifted) and don't have the money to do it right, then do it, but don't wheel it.

That lift appears to raise the front 2.5 inches, and the rear 1.5 inches. Is that what you want?
i want my truck to sit a little higher then factory ride height i wanted to oringonally but for the price the rough country is offering for all that didnt sound bad although i dont want to get bigger tires im running 265/70/16 right now i want good quality for a good price
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i want my truck to sit a little higher then factory ride height i wanted to oringonally but for the price the rough country is offering for all that didnt sound bad although i dont want to get bigger tires im running 265/70/16 right now i want good quality for a good price
Spacers aren't quality. 5100s are fine
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