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Old 10-09-2011, 12:05 PM   #1
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2 or 3 inch lif options

I have an 07 SR5 double cab 4wd. The rear springs are sagging a little and I am considering installing a 2 or 3 inch lift. I do some 4 wheeling but nothing real serious. Like everyone else, I have a limited budget but want something that will hold up in the desert and mountains of AZ. Does anyone have any recommendations?
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OME (Old Man Emu) suspension. Dakar leaf pack and 885 coils. New UCA's if you want perfect alignment.
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OME (Old Man Emu) suspension. Dakar leaf pack and 885 coils. New UCA's if you want perfect alignment.
I would second this. I'm a huge OME fan.

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Yep, OME is the way to go, 886 Springs if you plan on running a bumper and winch, Other wise the 885 as stated should work great for you, Dakar leaf packs and Light Racing UCA's or Total Chaos UCA's will get your alignment numbers back in place. If you find thats to expensive you could also just run AAL in the rear and hopefully your alignment doesnt get thrown off to much and you can procrastinate on the UCA's that saves ya about...500-1000 bucks right there depending on what UCA's you would have chosen.
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OME (Old Man Emu) suspension. Dakar leaf pack and 885 coils. New UCA's if you want perfect alignment.
This is my setup on my DCLB 4x4

2 1/2" up front , 2 3/4" out back
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