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Old 02-18-2011, 01:03 PM   #21
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Old 02-18-2011, 01:04 PM   #22
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The pic is small, just click it. I'd take that over the slanted look of the white one.
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The pic is small, just click it. I'd take that over the slanted look of the white one.
re-read my post, the rear is not done yet buddy

If you want better quality and better performance on/offroad, go with the 5100's with eibach or ome coils... or go all out and get coilovers. whatever you do, STAY AWAY FROM SPACERS!! haha
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Thanks dude, I'm real happy with my NON SPACER LIFT
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you just exposed your ignorance bud. its not a spacer lift LOL...
when did i ever say it was a spacer lift?
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Thanks dude, I'm real happy with my NON SPACER LIFT
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Thats awesome... hmmm... what kind of mileage do you get? If i cold do 285/70-17's and still get at least 20mpg i would do it. Might have to go the A/T route instead of a more aggressive looking tire. I get 25mpg highway now with 265/70r17's.
If your worried about gas mileage I would probably go smaler or run an all terrain. My mileage has dropped a lot and I doubt you can get 20mpg
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bilstein 5100's and 884's. rides like a Cadillac compared to the Procomp junk. better performance offroad too



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I dont see whats wrong with Pro comp
nothing really, there's just far more better options for around the same price.
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nothing really, there's just far more better options for around the same price.
Way to support your opinion with facts! The fact is, there's nothing wrong with Pro Comp. It's just that Tacoma owners are loyal and with that being said, they support the brands they are familiar with or already own. The 3" Pro Comp lift is good for the price.
And TAcomanator, if you really knew what you were talking about, you would have gotten the 5150's cause the 5100's are basically stock length shocks that have different preset heights but will still bottom out when off-roading.
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Way to support your opinion with facts! The fact is, there's nothing wrong with Pro Comp. It's just that Tacoma owners are loyal and with that being said, they support the brands they are familiar with or already own. The 3" Pro Comp lift is good for the price.
And TAcomanator, if you really knew what you were talking about, you would have gotten the 5150's cause the 5100's are basically stock length shocks that have different preset heights but will still bottom out when off-roading.

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And TAcomanator, if you really knew what you were talking about, you would have gotten the 5150's cause the 5100's are basically stock length shocks that have different preset heights but will still bottom out when off-roading.
First off, i dont think you know what you are talking about... 5150's are for lifted rear ends buddy, not the front ... 5100's can be good for up to 3" of lift in the rear also... And why would i get 5150's when i have Fox 2.0's on the way??

Procomp shocks are "stock" length also, just like the 5100's. Pretty much any aftermarket front shock/coilover is gonna be stock length. the only time a front shock needs to be longer is if you have a mid-travel or long-travel setup.

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Its seems like my Pro comp lift is more than 3"
O and I thought you couldn't get a full 3" lift with 5100's unless you add a top plate spacer
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Way to support your opinion with facts! The fact is, there's nothing wrong with Pro Comp. It's just that Tacoma owners are loyal and with that being said, they support the brands they are familiar with or already own. The 3" Pro Comp lift is good for the price.
And TAcomanator, if you really knew what you were talking about, you would have gotten the 5150's cause the 5100's are basically stock length shocks that have different preset heights but will still bottom out when off-roading.
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