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Old 07-17-2012, 02:57 PM   #1
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4'' Lift on 05 2wd Prerunner. will this work?

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Looking to lift my 05 2wd Prerunner will Camburg's 4'' lift spindal kit in the front and Allpro's expedition 3'' leaf pack kit in the rear. Apparently the expedition leaf pack will give 4'' of lift without 400-500lbs of load in the bed. Both lift kits come with extended brake lines.
My questions are...
1. Do i need front coilovers with a spindal lift right away or can I wait a bit using factory shocks?
2. What will be my max rim and tire size? (Im looking to rock 33's on 20's or 18's).
3. How much total lift would I actually be getting with lift and tires?
4. Will I need back spacers?
5. Is there anything else I'll need that im forgetting right now? LOL

This is my first lift and I wanna do it right. Thanks all!
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Old 07-17-2012, 02:59 PM   #2
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First off good choice on lifts, you dont need coilovers right away so your good there. You will be able to run 33's and if you want to trim and cut alot your can run 34's and even 35's . You will get 4 inches of lift from teh spindles and a maybe and inch or more depending on the tires you get. Spacers will be dependent on the offset and backspacing or your rims you get....

Only i can see you might be missing is extended brake lines... other will add if i missed something too
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First off good choice on lifts, you dont need coilovers right away so your good there. You will be able to run 33's and if you want to trim and cut alot your can run 34's and even 35's . You will get 4 inches of lift from teh spindles and a maybe and inch or more depending on the tires you get. Spacers will be dependent on the offset and backspacing or your rims you get....

Only i can see you might be missing is extended brake lines... other will add if i missed something too
Thanks! I forgot to mention that they both come with extended brake lines. So with adjustable coilovers and rear blocks I could get even more out of that lift?
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Mmm im not sure check some of the threads about spindles (im 4x4 so i dont know everything about them) but the more preload you put on coilovers the stiffer the ride....
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