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Old 12-13-2009, 02:57 PM   #1
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Front Spacer kit for 2nd Gen. Tacoma. To ship $15/accepting offers

The title explains it all. I had this on before I made the upgrade to Bilsteins (5100's) on all corners. So of course it came off a 2006 Tacoma PreRunner TRD Sport Double Cab. They worked out great for the added lift but without the expense and provided the better clearance for the larger tires. I don't remember the brand spacer kit but I did pay around $150 for it. They are a little less than 2" tall.

Thanks everyone. BTW, feel free to bump!

I'll assume shipping to be around $15.
I'll leave it to you guys in TW to make an offer.
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Here is a picture of it installed when it was on the truck. Thanks guys.
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How do you like the 5100's? compared to stock with the spacer?
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Old 12-13-2009, 03:34 PM   #4
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does anyone know if these will fit a first gen
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Old 12-13-2009, 03:50 PM   #5
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How do you like the 5100's? compared to stock with the spacer?
I love the 5100's. No shadow of a doubt, there is a change in ride quality. To boot, it did extremely well off-road.
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I need to level out the front end after I got the suspension TSB, will these work? What is the install like for these?
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I need to level out the front end after I got the suspension TSB, will these work? What is the install like for these?
These will level you out for sure.
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Spacers seem to have a pretty bad rep in TW.
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Spacers seem to have a pretty bad rep in TW.
because they are crap
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Why are they so bad?
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Why are they so bad?
just do a search on here about them
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Way to help me make a sale. They're not that bad. After all I had them on my truck and kept the factory ride. I simply wanted it leveled off and couldn't afford the $500 for new 5100's all around and installed. This was just as good for me. A person on a budget who wants the look.
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All I want is to level out the front. With that I should be able to put a larger tire on as well.
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I ran 3" spacers with 33's on my 08 Double Cab - they work perfectly, and are a cheap fix instead of a suspension lift.
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how difficlut is the install?
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not hard, just long (using only hand tools). Pop the top ball joint - it makes it so much easier = it goes right back together and totally helps reinstalling the shock.

You will need to rent a spring compressor (AutoZone).
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how difficlut is the install?
Not bad, 2-3hrs of driveway work.
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Not too hard man here is thread to get you started.

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For what its worth, they're still up for sale.
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not hard, just long (using only hand tools). Pop the top ball joint - it makes it so much easier = it goes right back together and totally helps reinstalling the shock.

You will need to rent a spring compressor (AutoZone).
No spring compressor needed for the spacers being sold here. They install on Top of the Top Plate. Pull the shock assembly off the truck, put those on, then re install.
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