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Old 06-16-2011, 12:54 PM   #1
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Analyze my research...Lift setup

Hey TW whats up. Been lurking and reading for a while now. Wanted to get answers through reading before actually posting. I have a 2011 Double Cab Short Bed Prerunner, and i've been considering lift options since I bought it last month.
From what I have researched I've put together a lift which I think would suit my needs...(moderate offroad/beach access for surf fishing).
Here is what I have in mind...your input/suggestions are appreciated.

Front:
Camburg 4" Spindles w/ extended brake lines.

Rear: Allpro or Deaver 3" leaf pack and 5100 shocks.

I plan to run my factory TRD wheels for now, wrapped in 285-70-17 KM2's.
Now here's where Im kind of stumped, I know that the camburg spindles push the wheel out 3/4" per side, so does anyone make a .50" wheel spacer to make it a total of 1.25" ?
I can then order the spidertrax 1.25" for the rear and have the same width front/rear.
As I said any corrections/suggestions is appreciated. I chose the camburgs because ride quality is important and also because of the positive reviews i've read on here. The fact that I can still add 5100's in the future set at 0 or the first clip for an improved ride is a plus as well.

Thanks!
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Old 06-16-2011, 01:03 PM   #2
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With a 3" leaf pack in the rear, you might be happier with a little longer shock,

Downsouth Motorsports or Wheelers can help you out here.

Hard to get a good 1/2" wheel spacer because its too thick for the stock studs, but too thin to provide new studs ala spidertrax.

Looks like you're on the right track overall.
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Old 06-16-2011, 01:05 PM   #3
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Eh on reflection, I don't think I'm right about rear shock length. But I can't easily edit my original post via iPhone.
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Old 06-16-2011, 01:27 PM   #4
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I think you need at least the 1.25" spidertrax in front to clear your tires off the spindle cuz ur running stock wheels.
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Old 06-16-2011, 03:51 PM   #5
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So I will need to clear the spindle as well as the A-arms with those tires?
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Old 06-16-2011, 03:53 PM   #6
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So I will need to clear the spindle as well as the A-arms with those tires?
Actually, I forgot what you need to clear, but I installed spindles on jacob.woods' truck with his stock wheels and the tires rubbed BAD without spacers, so bad bad that he couldnt leave my driveway so I slapped my spacers on his truck
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So the spacers did help clear his rubbing issues? i dont mind installing 1.25" up front, i just didnt want it to stick out 1.25" plus 3/4" and look really wide.
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maybe this is a stupid question but would new wheels with different offset from stock be better than spacers?
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Old 06-16-2011, 04:08 PM   #9
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yes the spacers fixed all rubbing issues with the stock rims. he got aftermarket wheels with lower backspacing and gave me back the spacers
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