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Old 09-03-2011, 01:19 PM   #1
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Question 08 tacoma double cab long bed.

Hi all my father wants to lift his tacoma and i have no idea what he has to use.i found some lift kits on toyteclifts.com but it is kinda complicated for me.(being a foreigner). the one i am loooking for is http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72
somebody please tell me a good kit.thanks in advance.
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yea but it has some options for me to choose like the 884 coils or 885 or 886.what is that for??
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yea but it has some options for me to choose like the 884 coils or 885 or 886.what is that for??
885 springs are designed for the doublecab , 886 springs are if you going to add a steel aftermarket front bumper and winch .
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The different numbers are for stiffer coils.

If your dad has just the stock bumper, stay with the "light" load coils- the others are made for those trucks with plate bumpers and winches

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The different numbers are for stiffer coils.

"OME 883 medium load 100lbs additional front weight (top plate spacers not included)
OME 882 Heavy load 150+ LBS additional front weight (top plate spacers not included)"

means that the 882's and the 883's are for trucks with heavy front bumpers and/or winches- If your dad has just the stock bumper, stay with the "light" load coils

Those are for 1st gens
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Then i am going with 885 right??
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Old 09-03-2011, 01:36 PM   #9
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Then i am going with 885 right??
Are you planning on adding a steel bumper or winch ?

How much lift are you hoping for , because you can also go with 884's , they just add a little less lift .
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Then i am going with 885 right??
Should work. You might want to look at the 884's though.

Actually, try give Toytec a call, or have your dad call them- they'll iron out all the wrinkles for you
(303) 255-4959
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ok thanks again.i will have him call them tomorrow.
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