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Old 11-02-2011, 07:21 PM   #1
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Toytec 1.6" Lift Springs w/ stock billies

Hey gents, can I run this setup without damaging my truck? I have the rear TSB done and want to lift the front end a bit. I've read up on the 5100 but I'd rather let the springs share the load versus letting the shocks do all the work. I know there are some pretty savvy off road gurus here who could give some great advice. I have an '11 DC 4x4 TRD OR and I go off-road often but here in FL so no extreme crawling. Mostly sand, mud, and the occasional hill or dip. Would this be a smart idea? I want to stick to cost under 200+alignment etc. Thoughts?
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I have those springs with the 5100s. You can run it on stock shocks but its a bit too stiff for em IMO.
If youre on a budget, just run the 5100s with your OR springs. I was running sport springs w/ 5100s at first and liked it.
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