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Old 12-03-2008, 09:11 PM   #1
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My Lift Project....your input PLEASE!

these wheels- http://www.tirepackage.com/Wheels/Xt...n=PXA8069-6883

these tires- http://www.tirepackage.com/Tires/Nit..._pn=NIT200-020


Combined with billie 5100 coilover kit set to 3" of lift

What do you guys think?
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Old 12-03-2008, 09:15 PM   #2
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Looks good. I dig those wheels.

What are you gonna run on the rear? With 3" of lift up front you're gonna have bout an inch of reverse rake (front higher than the back) with the stock rear.
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Old 12-03-2008, 09:17 PM   #3
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Oops forgot to mention ill most likely go with wither the wheelers or Toytec AAL, but can't decide which one
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Have you had the leaf spring TSB done? Toytec just released a new AAL that works with the TSB leaf pack.
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No TSB here, surprisingly I really haven't had any issues with the rear suspension . But is the backspacing and offset ok? will everything clear the calipers?
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Old 12-03-2008, 10:04 PM   #6
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get the wheeler's mini pack AAL with 3 leafs. looks pretty nice!
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Isn't the max lift on a set of 5100's 2.5"?
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Isn't the max lift on a set of 5100's 2.5"?
With the coilover kit max lift is 3.5" when paired with billstein 5100's
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get the wheeler's mini pack AAL with 3 leafs. looks pretty nice!
That's the one for a smooth ride right?
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That's the one for a smooth ride right?
yeah im pretty sure. looks like a real nice aal for the money.
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yeah im pretty sure. looks like a real nice aal for the money.
Well actually it's not an AAL it's a whole leaf pack. I guess I need it? Can anyone chime in about the wheel/tire compatibility/clearance?
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Part Number: PXA8069-6883

* 16x8, 6 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
* Backspace 6.18 in.
* Max Load = 2200lbs
* Finish = Gloss Black
* Hub Centric = No
* Offset = -11mm

I think you are going to have a problem with backspacing...that is a lot of backspacing. The most you can go with is 5 1/2" and that is pushing it.
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[quote=zmtnbik;267924]Part Number: PXA8069-6883

* 16x8, 6 on 5.5 Bolt Pattern
* Backspace 6.18 in.
* Max Load = 2200lbs
* Finish = Gloss Black
* Hub Centric = No
* Offset = -11mm

I think you are going to have a problem with backspacing...that is a lot of backspacing. The most you can go with is 5 1/2" and that is pushing it.[/quote

+1 look for 4.5" backspace to be save
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I agree with the previous two. Mine are 4.5" of backspacing.
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Isn't the max lift on a set of 5100's 2.5"?
He's doing the Toytec Ebauch spring coilovers for the Bilsteins
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leave it higher in the front for the baja look!
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leave it higher in the front for the baja look!
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What about offset? what are good numbers for that
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What about offset? what are good numbers for that
4.5" would be best. I believe the stock wheel is 5.5. As the number gets larger, the mount point on the inside of the wheel gets deeper, moving the tire edge inward toward the calipers making it more likely to rub. You might have rubbing with a 5.5, a 4.5 should work best.
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4.5" would be best. I believe the stock wheel is 5.5. As the number gets larger, the mount point on the inside of the wheel gets deeper, moving the tire edge inward toward the calipers making it more likely to rub. You might have rubbing with a 5.5, a 4.5 should work best.
Is that for backspacing? i thought offset was like 0mm, -6mm, -11mm etc....
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