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Old 04-16-2012, 04:56 PM   #41
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Hi everyone, I also have a couple of questions regarding the spindle lift i have just ordered Toyota Tacoma 6Lug 4" Lift Spindles 2" Blocks 2005-up for my 06 PreTaco and just like to know if i will need wheel spacer for my stock wheels and tires until i get bigger tires or aftermarket wheel set? If so whet wheel spacer size will i need. Also regarding the rear shimming what degree shims will i need or will a carrier lift be better to Aline my drive shaft? 1 more question how many inch AAL will i need for this 4" spindle lift? All help will be greatly appreciated thank you Island.
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Old 04-27-2012, 07:04 PM   #42
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you will need a 3" leaf pack from deaver or all pro. with the stock wheels you will need the wheel spacers. I'm not sure on the shims, I would like to know that too. I just lifted mine and although the vibration is very minor it is driving me crazy.
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you will need a 3" leaf pack from deaver or all pro. with the stock wheels you will need the wheel spacers. I'm not sure on the shims, I would like to know that too. I just lifted mine and although the vibration is very minor it is driving me crazy.
Deaver doesn't make a bolt in 3" replacement leaf pack, it would have to be custom.
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The stock rims work without a spacer with less than a quarter inch of clearance from the spindles. The balancing weight on the rim was moved to the inside to avoid it from hitting the spindle...that's how close it was. I like the wider stance look with the spacers.
How positive are you of that?!? i have those same wheels & dont wanna put on wheel spacers if i dont have to. can you post a pic maybe?
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how far does the tire stick out with 16x8 4.5 bs and camburg spindles? i kind of like the wide stance for front and sticking out a little in the back. how does 4.5 fit in the back also? i like that beefy look.

tire and rim size is a headach!
Here is my set up; Camburg spindles with 16x8.5 -6 offset with 305/70R-16 bfg A/T's. Let me know if you have any questions I manage an America's Tire and have been in the wheel and tire business for over 10 years!
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Sorry this the pic I meant to post!
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