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Old 01-24-2015, 06:38 PM   #1
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Tuff Country 4" lift

I figured there may be some interest in seeing this new kit. Here it is.
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Old 01-27-2015, 08:02 AM   #3
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How about now?!
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Is that a big spacer up front?
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I'll have to look into this one. I had Pro Comp lifts on my 91 and then on my 98 and 95.5 tacoma and loved them. No issues with driveline or CV angles and I ran 33" tires with zero issues. Sure I didn't gain much clearance dead center in the middle of the front suspension but it was never an issue. What I don't like about most of the lifts like this for second gens is they don't allow you to retain 16" wheels due to spindle interference. Not everyone wants large diameter wheels on their truck.

Just looked at their site. the 4" is upper control arms and spacers. Price isn't bad though. Still think I'll do 884's with my 5100's and the 3 leaf aal's in the rear on mine.
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Yes spacers with UCA's and rear blocks and shocks. The ride comfort is not bad at all, and the flex is pretty good considering.
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What are tire and wheel specs?
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275/55r20 Toyo Open Country AT2's but will be replacing with 33" BFG's when tires wear out. Already had these from a previous vehicle.
20x9 ProComp wheels.
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