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Old 04-18-2013, 05:09 PM   #41
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Old 04-18-2013, 05:11 PM   #42
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Procomp 4" lift is what I think im gonna go with
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Old 04-18-2013, 07:02 PM   #44
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Never heard of a 4" procomp for the newer tacomas
The guys was gonna order it next week but I cant find anything on it. Th guys nuts lol.
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I have never heard of a 4" pro comp lift. I have heard of a 3" pro comp lift and i have heard it rides very stiff. It uses 700 lb coils compared to 620 for eibach coils or 590 for Old man emu coils.
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Stay away from spacers if you can I ,mean they work fine for a mall crawler
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I have never heard of a 4" pro comp lift. I have heard of a 3" pro comp lift and i have heard it rides very stiff. It uses 700 lb coils compared to 620 for eibach coils or 590 for Old man emu coils.
I know earlyer I the thread you said not to go 4" cause down travel. But I really want the clearance. Just dont want it to look short and stocky. But if I cant find a good way to get the clearence then ill prob. Do the 5100s, 885 coils and aal
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I know earlyer I the thread you said not to go 4" cause down travel. But I really want the clearance. Just dont want it to look short and stocky. But if I cant find a good way to get the clearence then ill prob. Do the 5100s, 885 coils and aal
You can do a 4" but will be a db kit which rcd, zone and bds make a good one. I run the zone and no problems at all and actually am sitting at 5" front and 4" rear w mine and running 285/65r18 (33's) and no isues w rubbing
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You can do a 4" but will be a db kit which rcd, zone and bds make a good one. I run the zone and no problems at all and actually am sitting at 5" front and 4" rear w mine and running 285/65r18 (33's) and no isues w rubbing
Thats exactly what im looking for. Hows it ride? And what the price tag?
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Thats exactly what im looking for. Hows it ride? And what the price tag?
Make sure you understand the differences between a drop bracket lift (4-6") and a suspension lift (0-3") then decide which one is the better option for you, both types of lifts have their advantges/disadvantages
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how many inches you lifted your rig??
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Check out randys build here
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ion-build.html
Similar to your truck, im sure he will give you some pointers also
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Ok thanks for all the knowledge. I think I have what I need and I do like randys build. Thanks everyone
Thanks, any questions?

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I know earlyer I the thread you said not to go 4" cause down travel. But I really want the clearance. Just dont want it to look short and stocky. But if I cant find a good way to get the clearence then ill prob. Do the 5100s, 885 coils and aal
I'm clearing the skinny 33"s with no trimming the fat 33"s are heavy for a 4Banger & require trimming.
Why not OME shocks to go with the OME coils? They were made to go together.
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Make sure you understand the differences between a drop bracket lift (4-6") and a suspension lift (0-3") then decide which one is the better option for you, both types of lifts have their advantges/disadvantages
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