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Old 11-03-2009, 10:56 AM   #1
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Pics of your 1st gen lift? Before and/or after?

I'm wanting to lift my 02 Tacoma and I was wondering if you 1st geners have pics you would post for me to see and get an idea of what I want to do, and what it will look like. If you can post pics and a breif description of what you did, how much it cost to do, and how easy/hard it was, that would be great!!!

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Check out my install build, the link is in my signature.

The install was time consuming, but not too difficult. The parts totaled around $2300.
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Heres two pictures of mine. The rear is a revtek AAL with a 1'' lift shackle. In the first picture I have a revtek spacer lift and in the second I have 2.0 Sway-A-Way coilovers



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Old 11-03-2009, 11:43 AM   #4
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the revtek lift was $900 installed and aligned (I was uneducated and got ripped off). And I got the Sway-A-Ways for $600 installed myself. very easy install.
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Old 11-03-2009, 04:27 PM   #6
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tacoman, how are your 285/75/16's fitting on your stock rims... do you have any rubbing on the frame or UCA??
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02 prerunner 2.7

This is a stock with stock running boards, and then with a 2" leveling kit from Rough Country, and procomp 1079's with 285/75/16, instead of the stock 265/75/16.............gave me an overall 4 " lift, and alot of compliments..
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all the rough country came with was a shackle and shock replacement in the rear, and a spacer in the front....Me and some friends did it one night while hanging out......
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http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/1st...-gen-pics.html

tons of pics here

i cant honestly tell you the amount of lift i have on my truck as i didnt lift it for a set amount...lift was just part of upgrading the suspension



Wheelers 3leaf aal with bilstein 5125s in the rear and SAW 2.0 coilovers up front

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Great pics guys. Thank you.
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More pics are welcome. Thanks
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Old 11-04-2009, 05:26 AM   #13
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tacoman, how are your 285/75/16's fitting on your stock rims... do you have any rubbing on the frame or UCA??
The 285/75/16 fit perfect on stock rims, they don't rub the UCA mainly becuase I have a 1/4" spacer in the front. I think you might be able to squeeze by without the spacer but it would be a tight fit. At full turn the tires rub a wee little bit on the frame, but it only happens when I park
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Stock: LT265/75R16 on Ultra Type 164 polished 16 x 8" @ 4.25 BS wheels:


Leveled: SAW 2.0" front coilovers w/ stock rear w/ Bilstein 5125's w/ LT265/75R16 on Pro Comp 6059 chrome 16 x 8" @ 4.5" BS wheels:


Lifted: King Off-Road Racing Shock front 2.5" coilovers w/ Wheeler Off-Road/Alcan's 5 leaf rear leaf pack, OME NitroCharger Sport rear shocks and LT265/75R16 on Pro Comp 7069 flat black 16 x 8" @ 4" BS:
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Before... bone stock.


After with a modest 2.5" lift using pro comp front spacers, and rear Skyjacker AAL's. Total cost $225 self installed. Also i have my original size "DONUTS for tires" 235/75/15's. I am going to 32/11.5/15's after Christmas.
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Before. When I bought it.


After. Toytec ultimate lift. 305/70R-16 BFG MT's. I later made custom lift shackles for the rear to raise it about another inch. I also put on 285/75R/16 Firestone MT's. No decent pic at this time.


After...After


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BTW ppl can post pictures all day long from every angle but they really do not do justice. I could not believe the difference in my truck.

Go for it. You won't regret it.
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Old 11-04-2009, 02:32 PM   #18
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couldn't find anything from before lift but this is from a test run after i got CO's UCA's and deavers

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This is a stock with stock running boards, and then with a 2" leveling kit from Rough Country, and procomp 1079's with 285/75/16, instead of the stock 265/75/16.............gave me an overall 4 " lift, and alot of compliments..
That is the only White 1st gen i have seen with color matched fenders and bumper!!
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That is the only White 1st gen i have seen with color matched fenders and bumper!!
bumpers arent color matched...theyre chrome...door handles and grille also arent color matched...

so it wasnt done with the color keyed packaged that was offered...which i think was only avail from impulse red, black and silver anyways

i wonder if he painted them
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