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Old 05-24-2013, 03:18 PM   #1
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My 04 Tacoma is stock and looking into giving it a 3" lift and recommendations? please help
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Try using the search function..... 5 million threads on this topic.
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Im low on funds so trying to find the cheapest way to do it... I was looking at ToyTec 3" lift kit. What do you think?
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There are a shit load of threads around that have information. Take a little while and look around. Search in the top right corner will show you the way. Try a bunch of searchers. "3" lift" "toytech lift" "OME Lifts." There are threads asking the same question with all the answers you can possibly want.

My suggestion is go with OME.
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Im low on funds so trying to find the cheapest way to do it... I was looking at ToyTec 3" lift kit. What do you think?
It isn't our truck it's yours. You can throw a spacer on it for all we care but the info is available to you all over the suspension section, especially in the stickies. Do your homework
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This is your cheapest set up, but it will also ride well.

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There are a shit load of threads around that have information. Take a little while and look around. Search in the top right corner will show you the way. Try a bunch of searchers. "3" lift" "toytech lift" "OME Lifts." There are threads asking the same question with all the answers you can possibly want.

My suggestion is go with OME.
i second this, i love my OME
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