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Old 11-04-2011, 08:24 AM   #121
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I'll hopefully have my truck lifted when I come back on leave for christmas. I'm buying SurfInferno's FB spacers when I get my paycheck today. I can order the AAL and rear shocks when I get home. everything else I can get at the autoparts store.
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So Im looking to lift my prerunner, do I need to purchase new shocks as well with the ready kit, also how tall should I go they have 2 options, new to this whole lift thing. Sorry for the thread jack. Thanks, Zach
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Does anyone know the max size tire they can run with this kit with little rubbing? I was thinking 245/75/17 but if I can get away with a larger size it would help.
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The spacer lifts for the 2nd gen 5-lug 2.7 will let you run a 31 inch diameter tire (regardless of wheel diameter) without rubbing. Anything larger and it's up to you to cut to get clearance.
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The spacer lifts for the 2nd gen 5-lug 2.7 will let you run a 31 inch diameter tire (regardless of wheel diameter) without rubbing. Anything larger and it's up to you to cut to get clearance.

Thanks for the info, any recommendations on offset and backspacing? I want a wider stance. On my last 4x4 tacoma I was -12 offset. I just don't wanna rub the uca's
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Old 03-16-2014, 06:15 PM   #126
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dont listen to him. hes half retarded but no one told him yet. shhhh

the longer aal is for a smoother ride. it wont ride as harsh and shorter aals.
Is there that much of a difference? Do you recommend getting the longer add a leaf?
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