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Old 01-23-2011, 04:10 PM   #21
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If you just want a nice looking tacoma, Toss that body lift! showing that much frame is retarded/ugly....
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Old 01-23-2011, 04:59 PM   #22
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yea im definitely gonna regear when i get to 35s, how much do gears run for the 2nd gen tacos ive bought them for a 1st gen and for dana 60s and gm14s but i havent really looked at prices for the 2nd gens

Not sure. I had Richmond gears in the Jeep. Taco gears (like most applications) probably run around Dana 44 prices (guessing) like hovering around 200, maybe 175?

Check the builds on some of the more serious Taco wheelers. See what they got :-)
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im thinking i might just use the money to buy a 6 inch and pull the rest off then start working on the rest
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