I'd love to get the toytec Ultimate lift kit. But lets face it I don't have the $$.
But I would like to get a lift that will allow me to build on it a little at a time. Please keep in mind, I rarely go off road but I drive a LOT of miles every month on back country roads (job related). So not killing my tires because of alignment issues is important.
I think I would like to get the Toytec OME3-05-AL Lift:
This looks like I could add Billies later if needed. I'm really not the type of person who's going to adjust my ride lower so going with adjustable coil overs seems like a waste for me.
NEXT: I plan on getting some LR UCA's from Toytec as well to put on to make sure the alignment is good. If anyone has any they aren't using or aren't going to use PM I may be interested in buying them from you if the price is right.
NEXT: Wheels, I plan on sticking with my stock wheels for a while. So I was thinking of getting some Spidertrax wheel spacers. Hopefully that will eliminate any rubbing that might occur from a larger tire. Again, if anyone has some they don't need PM me.
Finally: I'm planning on going with some BFG's. I can't decide on the size. Heck, it took a bit to decide to make the BFG investment. But for the size I really would like to get 285/75/16's M/T's. But a smarter move with my high mileage driving might be to get the smaller 265's or if they make it a 275 and sticking with the A/T's.
Does anyone know the difference in mileage ratings on the M/T's verses the A/T's?
Ok there's what I'm thinking of doing. Let's hear your thoughts. Should I save and just get a spacer kit since I really don't do any "off roading" or consider a different kit all together? Is there a better way to make the lift able to be added on to?
What's your thoughts?