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Old 01-25-2010, 04:30 PM   #1
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My lift check list.

Just seeing if I have everything I need. My truck is a 06 double cab prerunner.
1.16x8 american racing chambers.
2.265-75-r16 pro comp xtreme a/t
3.camburg coilovers 2.5
4.total chaos uca
5. pro comp rear shocks with toytec Add A leaf

open to any input thanks!!
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:33 PM   #2
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I'm not positive but you might need some wheel spacers? I'm sure someone will chime in on the situation.
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:37 PM   #5
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why would he need spacers? I have the same tire size and rim size with TC UCAs and the only rub I get is on the body mount on a bumpy turn.
Thats why I said "I'm not positive."
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:40 PM   #7
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ah gotcha, no problem man. I was wondering if there was something that I missed lol
Its all good, no worries!
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:49 PM   #8
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Just seeing if I have everything I need. My truck is a 06 double cab prerunner.
1.16x8 american racing chambers.
2.265-75-r16 pro comp xtreme a/t
3.camburg coilovers 2.5
4.total chaos uca
5. pro comp rear shocks with toytec Add A leaf

open to any input thanks!!
longer u-bolts, and centering pin, sway bar spacer to clear coilovers unless you are removing sway bar, make sure you have bolts for the top of the coilover (my icons came with a different thread pattern than the stock bolts and did not come with new bolts).
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Old 01-25-2010, 04:57 PM   #10
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Thats shity
Yeah, they were supposed to come with new bolts and if they had, I wouldn't have noticed the different pattern but since I ended up trying to use the factory bolts when I did not see any in the box, I realized I needed to take a quick trip to the hardware store for some new grade 8's. They did not send me the sway bar spacer either so I just removed the sway bar temporarily but since the factory coilovers were already off, I wasn't going to put them back on because of some missing bolts.
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Old 01-25-2010, 07:53 PM   #11
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swap the pro comps with 5100's or 5125's. The rest looks pretty well set.
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Old 01-25-2010, 08:10 PM   #12
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for sure. those pro comps are junk and if your gonna preload the CO your prob gonna want bigger tires. your off to a good start
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Thanks everyone, yea i dont know why i didnt think of getting 5100's kinda spaced haha. I kinda wanted to go with the 265 cause i travel alot for work. should i set it lower then 2.5 so it looks better?
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Thanks everyone, yea i dont know why i didnt think of getting 5100's kinda spaced haha. I kinda wanted to go with the 265 cause i travel alot for work. should i set it lower then 2.5 so it looks better?
I have my coilovers set to 2.5" with 265/70R17 which is considered a 32" tire. I think it looks pretty good. check my gallery
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am gonna get the extended brake lines also. Should I keep the sway bar? There shouldnt be any vibration with this set up?
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Old 02-16-2010, 07:47 PM   #16
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So i went with the icon coilovers should be at home thrusday same with the TC UCAs cant wait. should I buy some axle shims? I just added the longer U bolts to my list of things to still order. If you guys can think of anything else feel free to throw it out there thanks.
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So I'm just wondering, what would happen if he doesn't get extended brake lines??? Just like OP, I want to make sure I have everything before I install my Tuff Country 3"... And what about a differential drop? Do I need that too?
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So I'm just wondering, what would happen if he doesn't get extended brake lines??? Just like OP, I want to make sure I have everything before I install my Tuff Country 3"... And what about a differential drop? Do I need that too?
Not positive but I heard you really dont need the diff drop for a 3" lift. You dont need extended brake lines either unless you are going to do a good amount of wheelin. Flexing your suspension could damage them
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^^anger issues? chill out dude...

but the diff drop lowers ur front diff to reduce cv angles if im not mistaken. some say its not necessary but for $25 its cheap insurance imo...as far as brake lines idk someone else needs to say somethin. only thing i can think of is they limit flex acting as limiting straps. which would cause them to break
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