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Old 04-25-2013, 07:34 PM   #1
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Lift kit and tire suggestion?

I'm looking for a 2-3" lift kit for my toco I recently purchased. I'm not really sure which way to go all of the different ways to lift a truck is a bit confusing to me. I am planning on doing some offroading so does anyone have any suggestions of which kind of kit I should get and what tires to put on it also? Trying to keep it on a resonable budget. Thanks
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I'm looking for a 2-3" lift kit for my toco I recently purchased. I'm not really sure which way to go all of the different ways to lift a truck is a bit confusing to me. I am planning on doing some offroading so does anyone have any suggestions of which kind of kit I should get and what tires to put on it also? Trying to keep it on a resonable budget. Thanks
Welcome and nice truck, OP. I went with Toytec coil overs and bilstein / shackle lift in the rear.
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