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Old 03-27-2013, 12:41 PM   #21
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I noticed that you are in the Seattle area. Which dealership was this that installed your OEM lift? Thinking of going this route so that it is still covered under warranty.

Also, which lift was this for as there are several OEM lifts that are offered?

Michaels toyota in Bellevue.
I did the 885x springs and Dakar leaf packs with OME nitrocharger shocks.
Note, you are saying OEM.. that means Origional Manufacture Equipment. This is OME - Old Man Emu
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Michaels toyota in Bellevue.
I did the 885x springs and Dakar leaf packs with OME nitrocharger shocks.
Note, you are saying OEM.. that means Origional Manufacture Equipment. This is OME - Old Man Emu
Awesome, I go to that dealership too. Was there a service advisor that you talked to that would know what I'm talking about?
Yeah, I meant OME, not OEM lol.
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Katie Alderman was the service advisor that I worked with. total price was $1832.
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Katie Alderman was the service advisor that I worked with. total price was $1832.
Thanks for the info! Will ask for her when I go there.
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good luck! post up some pics when you get it!
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Everything above installed as planned. Great thing about Toytec is if you buy the full Dakar pack, they provide & install the leaf spring bushings which saves uncertainty and hassle. Total cost = $1507.

Absolute night & day difference in handling, responsiveness and road feel -- the OME full kit simply kicks ass.

Here's how she's sitting now. Tires are 265/75/16 DuraTracs. Only other exterior mods are Avid sliders and the flat/satin black Grillcraft.

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Looks awesome! Congrats! Couldnt agree with you more about how much the kit kicks ass I'm lovin it
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Everything above installed as planned. Great thing about Toytec is if you buy the full Dakar pack, they provide & install the leaf spring bushings which saves uncertainty and hassle. Total cost = $1507.

Absolute night & day difference in handling, responsiveness and road feel -- the OME full kit simply kicks ass.

Here's how she's sitting now. Tires are 265/75/16 DuraTracs. Only other exterior mods are Avid sliders and the flat/satin black Grillcraft.

Looks awesome!!! What kind of wheels are those? I've got that exact taco...
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thanks for the comments guys... I think it is a fair price... I'm not too mechanically inclined plus lacking in the tool category...
yes it comes with dakar leaf pack.

In the process of selling some ammo to pay for it

it is going to look funny for a while until I can get new tires

thinking MTR with kevlar or KM2 265 75r16 I like the look of the 285s but I'm not sure for DD how the would be. not to mention I think they would rub.

once again thank you for you comments
What kind of ammo?
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Your truck has got me SO wanting to drop some coin on the same setup. I'm the same truck but Sport. Looks GREAT!
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Looks awesome!!! What kind of wheels are those? I've got that exact taco...
Method Racing Standard (16") in machined finish. I specifically wanted machined or silver rims because chrome and black rims just isn't my thing. It was these or ATX Chambers--the Chambers are discontinued so the choice was easy. Here's another shot from the side after the lift was installed on Friday.

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You guys ordered without the spacers so it's not a full 3" lift, correct? I'm thinking about ordering the same full kit with Dakar's and the spacers to obtain a full 3" unless you can adjust without the spacers?

Truck looks awesome!
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That's correct, the install was without spacers.

Two reasons were: I didn't want to replace the UCAs, but mostly I wanted to prevent the temptation to get 285s since I've only got 4,000 miles on the truck (3,500 miles on the tires).
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I did no top plate spacer and 285 tires. I just sold my stock ones on craigs list to offset some of the cost.
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What kind of ammo?
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Method Racing Standard (16") in machined finish. I specifically wanted machined or silver rims because chrome and black rims just isn't my thing. It was these or ATX Chambers--the Chambers are discontinued so the choice was easy. Here's another shot from the side after the lift was installed on Friday.

your truck looks sick as hell...

I was looking at the Method NV 16s or 17s with either the MT/R with kevlar or the duratracs....
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Method Racing Standard (16") in machined finish. I specifically wanted machined or silver rims because chrome and black rims just isn't my thing. It was these or ATX Chambers--the Chambers are discontinued so the choice was easy. Here's another shot from the side after the lift was installed on Friday.

Looks good with the silver wheels , nice to see someone not running black wheels
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What are the specs on those wheels?
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You guys got hosed HARD! My dealer did the spring TSB and put the lift on for $250. I paid for parts. It was around 1000 out the door. The TSB covered the alignment and I threw in an AAL. Again part of the $250 install fee.
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^ eh... Big diff between tsb spring and a Dakar leaf pack.. What was the rest of your lift? Spacer?
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