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Old 02-27-2012, 06:31 PM   #1
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2.7 Double Cab Lift Questions.

This is my list, I Just need some advice on which OME Coils to go with.

OME front struts.
OME Coils (?)
OME Rear Shocks
Dakars
Extended Brake Lines
Longer UBolts
Greasable Shackles

Now with me being a 2.7 Double Cab PreRunner, Which Coils Would Be the best? Making me the most level with dakars in the rear.

I Plan On Running 255's.
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885s if you dont have a bumper and winch. I have the 886s with a plate bumper and winch, still pretty stiff after 1500 miles. I cant help you on how to level it
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I believe those are 2nd gen right?

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and also which bushings would i need for everything. i Would like to replace everything.
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Yes, they are

You want either of these depending on what you want to do:
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881 coils - stock front weight- uses top plate spacers

883 coils for an additional 100LBS front weight (can also be used for 3" lift without top plate spacers with no additional weight)

882 coils for over 150+ LBS additional front weight
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Okay, but my question is since im a PreRunner and 2.7, would 881's be fine and get a little more than around 2in.?
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Okay, but my question is since im a PreRunner and 2.7, would 881's be fine and get a little more than around 2in.?
On a V6 AC, people typically get 1.75- 2". So you should be perfect. The 882/883 are typically for the V6 DC or V6 AC running bumpers and winches.
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