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View Poll Results: what way should i go with lift
toytech ultimate lift and lose the spacers 17 65.38%
bilsteins adjustable shock with aal and keep my front spacers 4 15.38%
3 inch suspension lift with a 2inch body lift 5 19.23%
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Old 05-06-2009, 12:34 AM   #1
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what way to lift my truck

Hey guys I got a couple of questions I have a 03 taco prerunner with a 2.5 inch spacer in the front that's what I have now. So these are my options I'm willing to do

Going with the toytec ultimate lift kit and losing my spacers

Or should I get the bilsteins adjustable shocks up front and set them to 2 inches and leave my spacer for 4.5 inch up front and get AAL up front


Or should I go with a 3 inch suspension lift with a 2 inch body lift


I also wanna run 33's. Need Help
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Old 05-06-2009, 01:02 AM   #2
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Do not run the billies with a spacer, or run a body lift. So my choice by default is the ultimate lift
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Old 05-06-2009, 01:07 AM   #3
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my yota with 3" body and 3" suspension lift

Fabtech 3" bodylift, Fabtech 3" adjustable coilover w/ 2" add-a-leafs. The bodylift helps out nice with working on the truck. If I had to do it all over again, I would STILL keep the same setup I have on here now. My bodylift has not caused me any problems at and I offroad pretty hard especially in hunting season.

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edit i didnt see the keep the spacer part....yea dont run the billys with a spacer...do the ultimate lift
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I would just do OME all the way around.
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ULTIMATE!!! def. go Toytec Ultimate man! you'll love the coilovers and billies.
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Yes! Once you feel that ride... It's magic.
Mines a lil stiff now, as I made my own 12 leaf pack in the rear!
and had to space the front to get Her a little higher.
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