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Old 02-03-2012, 12:17 PM   #1
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toytec 3 inch ultimate lift package

whats up everyone, im rockin an 07 quad cab sr5.i currenlty have a 3 inch spacer lift but its time for coilovers. Im lookin at the toytec ultimate package with light racing upper control arms and dakar rear leaf springs. does anyone have this package already? Is it worth the money and how does it ride? Any help would be awesome. thanks everyone and awesome trucks. tacos rule
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Old 02-03-2012, 12:22 PM   #2
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worth the money for sure, the ride will be night and day from your spacers
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I do and it is a joy to drive, much better than stock!!!
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Old 02-19-2012, 09:07 AM   #4
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2009 Tacoma 4x4 with 4 doors.

I have a 09 tacoma 4x4 with Flowmaster dual exhaust on it.and i have 285/70/17 on it also.today 02/19/2012 i will lift it with 3 inch on it.after i done I will post the pix.
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awesome set up, rides noticeable smoother than stock or spacerlift. i am crank to just over 3" on mine, rides alittle rough but not bad. I have that same set up. rear end rides really rough unless you have some weight in the back, rides like shit when bed is empty. Other than that its a great lift for the price/package.
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Old 02-19-2012, 09:28 AM   #6
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might want to consider this as well..


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Old 02-19-2012, 01:13 PM   #7
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awesome set up, rides noticeable smoother than stock or spacerlift. i am crank to just over 3" on mine, rides alittle rough but not bad. I have that same set up. rear end rides really rough unless you have some weight in the back, rides like shit when bed is empty. Other than that its a great lift for the price/package.
So you are saying that the Dakars run like shit when the bed is empty?
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Old 02-19-2012, 01:15 PM   #8
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So you are saying that the Dakars run like shit when the bed is empty?
They ride smoother with a bit of weight , fairly stiff unloaded
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^^^^^^^^

What he said. I need to try some new bump stops and see if they help, or some different shocks in the rear. It's really annoying to hear the rear end making metal contact some where. I haven't tried to pin point it but it's a loud clang whenever I hit a bump or run off a side walk or something similar.
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:38 PM   #10
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Well that doesn't sound good. Maybe the Dakar's are not the best option anymore
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:39 PM   #11
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Well that doesn't sound good. Maybe the Dakar's are not the best option anymore
You haul or carry a cap ?
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:47 PM   #12
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Nope, And I don't carry that much weight except on rare occasions
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Old 02-19-2012, 08:49 PM   #13
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^^^^^^^^

What he said. I need to try some new bump stops and see if they help, or some different shocks in the rear. It's really annoying to hear the rear end making metal contact some where. I haven't tried to pin point it but it's a loud clang whenever I hit a bump or run off a side walk or something similar.
I have a 2.5'' daystar lift. Hit the bumps stops regulary on speed bumps too. Not sure if you can get smaller bump stops or get some kind of spacer. I think replacing blocks with a leaf pack would also fix it.
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For a 2-3 inch lift, I was looking into Dakar leafs myself. How would my ride be on a shortbed double cab 4X4?

If it's too stiff, is there a softer option out there that would accept airbags when I load up?
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For a 2-3 inch lift, I was looking into Dakar leafs myself. How would my ride be on a shortbed double cab 4X4?

If it's too stiff, is there a softer option out there that would accept airbags when I load up?
you might be better off with a 2-2.5" aal, or a custom alcan pack
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Nope, And I don't carry that much weight except on rare occasions
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Dakars wouldn't be too harsh if you had a heavier rear bumper, would they?
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Dakars wouldn't be too harsh if you had a heavier rear bumper, would they?
Sounds like if you have extra weight they would be a good option
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Dakars wouldn't be too harsh if you had a heavier rear bumper, would they?
I would call the ride stiff rather than harsh myself , but they like a bit of weight to engage the pack
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thanks everyone, almost got all the cash, ill post some pics when im done...workin a lot lately so its gonna be a lil bit
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