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Old 01-26-2013, 05:16 PM   #1
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Your Front Lift measurments

Just wondering what people are running up front for lift specs and measurements. The 4 cylinder is 150-200 lbs lighter then the V6 so it must sit a tad higher. Anyone? Looking to make a decision on what Toytec spacers to add for a bit more clearance up front.
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Just wondering what people are running up front for lift specs and measurements. The 4 cylinder is 150-200 lbs lighter then the V6 so it must sit a tad higher. Anyone? Looking to make a decision on what Toytec spacers to add for a bit more clearance up front.
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What are your before and after measurements? If your under 3" of lift you can add half the difference in spacer to get you up to 3". If your at 2 1/2" of lift, get a 1/4" spacer and that will put you up 1/2" so you will sit at 3" of lift.
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Toytec ULK coilovers, front measurement on a settled suspension is 23 3/4. Initial measurements at installation was 24 from hub to stock fender flare. I also have my coilovers cranked 1.5 turns (Toytec states this is OK, but no more).

I also have a demello offroad front plate bumper so that soaks up some weight (No winch).
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What are your before and after measurements? If your under 3" of lift you can add half the difference in spacer to get you up to 3". If your at 2 1/2" of lift, get a 1/4" spacer and that will put you up 1/2" so you will sit at 3" of lift.
im pretty sure the 2.7 will sit a bit higher though with less weights so im looking for the difference
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im pretty sure the 2.7 will sit a bit higher though with less weights so im looking for the difference
Doesn't matter what engine or weight you have on the front end now that its lifted. That's how the springs will sit. Now you can measure how much lift you got and add a spacer to make up the difference.
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4x4 2.7 + OME 885x + no spacers = 3"
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4x4 2.7 + OME 885x + no spacers = 3"
What is your hub to fender measurement?
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What is your hub to fender measurement?
I don't recall, but before & after were 3" difference.
I might lose a little tomorrow Eric is welding on sliders & Wednesday I'll bolt on the skid plates after the paint dries.
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