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Old 12-06-2010, 03:23 PM   #1
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FS: Readylift 3" Front Spacer lift and 1" rear

Whats up guys,

Selling my readylift 3" front spacers and 1" rear blocks with U-Bolts. I bought this lift 2 years ago, used the fron spacers for about 3 months then decided to get coilovers so I took out the spacers and factory struts. Kept the blocks in for the 2 years though and they are in still great shape, Upgraded to a larger block is all.

Rear Blocks and U-Bolts $55 Shipped

Front Spacers $120 Shipped

This Kit sells for around 275-300 on other sites but here is a link to readylift

http://www.readylift.com/c-104-toyot...75-30f10r.aspx

If anyone wants to lift a Sr5 with the TRD sport Bilstein I have mine still with about 15Kmiles on them.

I will have pics of the spacers up later this week, but here are the blocks for now.



My truck right after I installed the spacers and rear blocks

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Old 12-06-2010, 07:53 PM   #2
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Is this lift still available?
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do the rear lift blocks work on a 2004 tacoma by any chance. if so i'll prolly take em but it'll be a couple of weeks before i could buy them unless someone else does. i'll keep an eye on the post.
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very interested if you still have the front and rear. do you know what inch tire could be used with this lift.. thanks..
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not sure about a 2004 but it is just a block so I dont see why not. You can fit 33" tires with a 3" lift but will have some rubbing so 32" is my recommendation

I have 2nd Gen U blots on my 02 so I'm pretty sure the blocks will fit and 04.
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