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Old 12-12-2012, 06:50 PM   #1
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I need some suspension advice

Sup Guys! Like i said earlier im very new to this and i need some help.
Well i live in hawaii and alot of the trucks here are lifted atleast 6". When i look at all of your guys trucks coming from the mainland it seems like you guys like to just level the truck and start from there. Anyway, i have a 2012 single cab. Its basically all stock. All i got on it is a 3" spacer lift(not body). In the near future i plan on putting on coilovers instead. But im having trouble decidind between Icon's, Camburg's, or the Toytec coilovers.

Another thing is i see that alot of you guys just buy lift coils and a adj. shock for your front lift application. The pictures i see you guys post with that setup are extreme!!! is that the same as getting a coilover? What method is better? PLEASSSEE HEEELPP!!!!!!

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How much of a lift do you want?
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Sup Guys! Like i said earlier im very new to this and i need some help.
Well i live in hawaii and alot of the trucks here are lifted atleast 6". When i look at all of your guys trucks coming from the mainland it seems like you guys like to just level the truck and start from there. Anyway, i have a 2012 single cab. Its basically all stock. All i got on it is a 3" spacer lift(not body). In the near future i plan on putting on coilovers instead. But im having trouble decidind between Icon's, Camburg's, or the Toytec coilovers.

Another thing is i see that alot of you guys just buy lift coils and a adj. shock for your front lift application. The pictures i see you guys post with that setup are extreme!!! is that the same as getting a coilover? What method is better? PLEASSSEE HEEELPP!!!!!!

Jesse
You 2wd or 4wd? Important question.
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4wheel drive.
Is there anything that i can do to get a 4" suspension lift? im open to anything!!!
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4wheel drive.
Is there anything that i can do to get a 4" suspension lift? im open to anything!!!
RCD makes a 4"-5" lift
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