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Old 01-27-2013, 06:32 PM   #1
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Hey fellas. My friend is steering me to get an ICON setup up , coilovers , rear shocks and UCA`s . I have a 2011 Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab. If I went with the Icons, Do I need to get a front diffdrop? Do I need Sway bar relocate ? Anything else needed to run at 3' in front? Tks guys much appreciated ! RD6
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Hey fellas. My friend is steering me to get an ICON setup up , coilovers , rear shocks and UCA`s . I have a 2001 Tacoma 4x4 Double Cab. If I went with the Icons, Do I need to get a front diffdrop? Do I need Sway bar relocate ? Anything else needed to run at 3' in front? Tks guys much appreciated ! RD6
Do you "need" it 100%....I think that depends on actual front end lift height. Pushing the higher side 3"+ many will suggest it is a good idea to reduce CV angle. Swaybar brackets are not necessary for the 96 - 04 Tacoma's, those are required on the 05+ models. Make sure you do purchase the extended travel coilovers (uniball arms req) to take advantage of the addition droop travel they offer, and you may consider our progressive AAL pack or some type of lift should you want the rear level with the front when set to the 2-3" range. Otherwise you should be good....if you have any other questions let us know.

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So at 3" I will I need a diff drop like lift systems?
Thanks for the other answers!
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