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Old 12-06-2011, 08:33 AM   #1
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Whats the best leveling size keeping my stock part. For my 2010 Tacoma 4 cylinder access cab. And what size tires .I was thinking 265/75/16.what do you guys think.
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Old 12-06-2011, 08:41 AM   #2
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I have stock suspension in the rear (no AAL) and 5100s in the front set at .85 leaving a slight rake. 1.75 should be close to level.
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I have stock suspension in the rear (no AAL) and 5100s in the fron set at .85 leaving a slight rake. 1.75 should be close to level.
so all i need is just the 5100s in the front, you think Ill need coils or i can keep what i have? do you think i can put 265/75/16 with 16x6-5.5 rims i think thats the right size. thanks
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so all i need is just the 5100s in the front, you think Ill need coils or i can keep what i have? do you think i can put 265/75/16 with 16x6-5.5 rims i think thats the right size. thanks
Well, bump for someone who will know more about the wheel size.

I don't know the advantages/disadvantages of coils. My suspension is 100% stock except for the front 5100s. I have the TRD OR rims and 265/75/16R with no issues (at least yet). Very pleased so far...

You might actually want this thread moved to the suspension forum for further explanation (I think you would have to PM a mod for that??).
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Well, bump for someone who will know more about the wheel size.

I don't know the advantages/disadvantages of coils. My suspension is 100% stock except for the front 5100s. I have the TRD OR rims and 265/75/16R with no issues (at least yet). Very pleased so far...

You might actually want this thread moved to the suspension forum for further explanation (I think you would have to PM a mod for that??).
cool ill get me some 5100s with 265/75/16 thanks
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6-5.5 is the bolt pattern. I have 265/75r16 Hankook ATM's on stock steel wheels, no lift needed. As far as leveling the front end, I'm no help.

For wheels you need 16 x (something) with a 6-5.5 bolt pattern.
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6-5.5 is the bolt pattern. I have 265/75r16 Hankook ATM's on stock steel wheels, no lift needed. As far as leveling the front end, I'm no help.

For wheels you need 16 x (something) with a 6-5.5 bolt pattern.
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Bilsteen 5100 cranked to .85 up front. I am looking at getting a full 3 inch in the front and 2 1/2 in the rear with some 265's from toytec. Cant wait!
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No problem.

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Bilsteen 5100 cranked to .85 up front. I am looking at getting a full 3 inch in the front and 2 1/2 in the rear with some 265's from toytec. Cant wait!
if you get that much lift, you'll look goofy with only 265's... You should definitely look into bigger tires than that.
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Does any one have a leveling get they are getting rid of?
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