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Old 06-15-2010, 06:01 PM   #21
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Have only had mine down the dirt roads around the back woods but it rode amazing.
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did not know that....thanks

btw I advise all prerunners to get spindles instead of this kit

And 4x4's unfortunately we have no options for that much lift except drop bracket/ LT
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Nice looking truck though for sure. Rims aren't my thing but, still not bad look'n.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:03 PM   #24
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Solus, after seeing yours I think I am going to sell my N-Fab bars and just go with the factory black Toyota running boards. I think my N-Fabs don't make it look as high.
thats funny because I was thinking of getting them because my family is already complaining about it being hard to get into... we are all short
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Hmm, I don't think it would add anymore lift or affect the CVs but I could be wrong. I'm just thinking of how it will ride offroad. Have you tried yet?
yes you can use kings or w/e you want with these. kings or something would be bad ass in a lift like this.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:04 PM   #26
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Have only had mine down the dirt roads around the back woods but it rode amazing.
I've only driven from about 200 miles on it and it ride super nice... no more jarring from the lack of travel in the shocks...
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thats funny because I was thinking of getting them because my family is already complaining about it being hard to get into... we are all short
Mine too. I know there are others with this kit. Post up if you have it.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:05 PM   #28
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yes you can use kings or w/e you want with these. kings or something would be bad ass in a lift like this.
I don't think an adjustable shock would work... the bilsteins up front are significantly longer than my previous 5100s ... you'd need an extended shock fit for 4-5" of lift.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:06 PM   #29
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I was thinking about the ones that work with the Fabtech/ Pro Comp Lifts. Do these 5100's utilize the stock coils?
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I don't think an adjustable shock would work... the bilsteins up front are significantly longer than my previous 5100s ... you'd need an extended shock fit for 4-5" of lift.
The guys at down south motorsports said the kings would work. I wouldn't want them though. I think it is perfect the way it is.
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i was thinking about the ones that work with the fabtech/ pro comp lifts. Do these 5100's utilize the stock coils?
yes!
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I was thinking about the ones that work with the Fabtech/ Pro Comp Lifts. Do these 5100's utilize the stock coils?
yes they do... I'm sure the 6" shocks would work but then you'd still have cv problems
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I have contacted RCD (waiting on a reply) to find out for sure what is going on with that kit. I will keep everyone advised.
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Thanks for the info guys. I would probably get this lift if I had some extra money.
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Old 06-15-2010, 06:14 PM   #35
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I have contacted RCD (waiting on a reply) to find out for sure what is going on with that kit. I will keep everyone advised.
Lots of people would probably REALLY appreciate it if "SOMEBODY" were to offer a group buy. (hint, hint)
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Lots of people would probably REALLY appreciate it if "SOMEBODY" were to offer a group buy. (hint, hint)
better NOT! I just bought this kit!
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I believe I'm going to pick one up and run it with my 885 coils that give me about 1.25 inches of lift right now
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Any of you guys have any thoughts for a front skid plate? Don't suggest that skinny one that RCD has either.
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I used the stock skid plate... my TRD one didnt fit so I made a stock (black one) fit. it took a little finesse with a hammer but it fits
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