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Old 11-19-2010, 07:38 AM   #21
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How is the kit as far as the quality is concerned? How about the ride? I want to do a lift but can't decide between FB's, Readylift, or save up for coilovers and new uca's. I wish they made 5100s for our 5 lugs...I'd be on that in a heartbeat. I hate how little we have to choose from.
I haven't noticed difference in ride quality at all. The quality is very good, as good as you will get for $250 shipped... The add a leaf is an All-Pro part, shocks & spacers are manufactured by Fat Bob's garage... I highly recommend this kit! The ONLY item which the kit is missing are shocks protectors, which i gotta get soon...

I have spent $450 on lift & tires... Beats paying thousands more for a PreRunner to achieve the same effect... Hell the tires on the PreRunner are nowhere as big as my 31's....
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fat bob/readylift

they are the same kit far as i can tell. i paid for a fat bobs kit and when a week or so went by with no response i called. they were very apologetic and next day aired me a readylift kit for no additional charge. fat bobs garage rocks.
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Any rubbing with the bigger tires?
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Any rubbing with the bigger tires?
Yes front rubs at full lock. Rubbing will go away with 15x8 rims with 5" or 4.5" back spacing.
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What size tire would best fit with the readylift kit with the stock rims
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What size tire would best fit with the readylift kit with the stock rims
30x9.5x15 or 235x75x15

30 is bigger than 235.

30 should fit without rubbing...

31's are controversial... 31's only come in 10.5 width which is by many tire installers and manufacturers considered too wide to be installed on the stock 15x6 wheels. Can it be done.. short answer is yes. Will they rub? YES. Can the bead pop out when aired down too much? YES
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yep, but less axle wrap.
That's good... Honestly I use my truck for work and if the bed was any higher it would be too difficult to get stuff in and out. I do plumbing as part of my job and I have big plumbing snake which is heavy as hell, it is much more difficult to lift the snake to the Taco now when its lifted and has big tires...

There is fine line between how high is useful and how high is useless...
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That's good... Honestly I use my truck for work and if the bed was any higher it would be too difficult to get stuff in and out. I do plumbing as part of my job and I have big plumbing snake which is heavy as hell, it is much more difficult to lift the snake to the Taco now when its lifted and has big tires...

There is fine line between how high is useful and how high is useless...

Depends what you're using it for.

I just found it interesting that ToMoCo had two different rear suspensions...doesn't jive with the way most modern auto companies do manufacturing...
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30x9.5x15 or 235x75x15

30 is bigger than 235.

30 should fit without rubbing...

31's are controversial... 31's only come in 10.5 width which is by many tire installers and manufacturers considered too wide to be installed on the stock 15x6 wheels. Can it be done.. short answer is yes. Will they rub? YES. Can the bead pop out when aired down too much? YES

guess i better start saving for some 30's and the readylift, sucks having a gf this time of year
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guess i better start saving for some 30's and the readylift, sucks having a gf this time of year
Shush! I have a wife and a little one... I still managed to get Fat Bob's Garage lift & tires...lol
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Shush! I have a wife and a little one... I still managed to get Fat Bob's Garage lift & tires...lol

i guess i could always charge it! thats why they made them right? i mean isnt the american dream to be in credit card debt?
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i guess i could always charge it! thats why they made them right? i mean isnt the american dream to be in credit card debt?
Don't do it man. I bought my stuff cash... CC debt for a truck mod is something you don't want to do.
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CC debt is something you don't want to do.

Fixt that for you.
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lol i was jk. ive already been there and done that, i have all my credit cards paid off and now im just trying to pay this truck off already.
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