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Old 05-16-2011, 03:49 PM   #1
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Wanting to go with 3in lift!

Can some one please give me some ideas! I have a 06 Tacoma TRD package. Im running 33x11x16 mud grapplers on 8in moto's. Its time for some new tires and nitto stopped making the 11x16 so i'm going with 305/70/16 grappler. I only have a 2.5 leveling kit and they do scrub a little but i'm afraid the 305/70 are going to be too much. Im trying to decide on a diffrent set up such as the 3in spacer with 5100s but Im trying to get some more opinions. Im already spending $1200 in tires so Im wanting to stay pretty cheap and no I do not off-road!
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:03 PM   #2
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5100s all around

With toytec/eibach front springs set 5100 at .85 and that will give you 3'

Rear go with AAL 2'
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:26 PM   #3
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U probably won't get 3 inches out of .85 5100/eibach combo. I didn't... I'm at around 2.5. So if your looking for 3 inches I'd go with a good coilovers or OME springs.
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Old 05-16-2011, 04:51 PM   #4
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U probably won't get 3 inches out of .85 5100/eibach combo. I didn't... I'm at around 2.5. So if your looking for 3 inches I'd go with a good coilovers or OME springs.
What shocks would you use with the OME
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Couldn't tell ya. The answer is around here somewhere. I just know a lot of people use and reccomend the OME lifts.

I'm not up on the different OME springs and best shock combo.

Go to the toytec site and/ search the site and you'll find ur answer.
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Couldn't tell ya. The answer is around here somewhere. I just know a lot of people use and reccomend the OME lifts.

I'm not up on the different OME springs and best shock combo.

Go to the toytec site and/ search the site and you'll find ur answer.
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Old 05-16-2011, 05:25 PM   #7
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u have to get 3 - 1/4 spacers. 2 on the driver and one on the passenger.... it will give you a 2.95 lift to run with the eibachs and .85 bilsteins.
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I'd search this topic... There is 878745 post about what options to run. Most threads have pics too. That search button is a bad ass tool if you'll let it be
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^^lol. with the eibachs and .85 bilsteins.... i was typing too excitedly and forgot to add that part.
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