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Old 06-11-2014, 10:10 PM   #41
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Anyways, I like to thank Icon for their support and service. They've been great and went above and beyond to help me out. I highly recommend them.
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I just recently bought the Icon Stage 7T kit for my '14 taco. Originally, I kept the fronts set to the factory setting, but my 285/70/17s around 17x9 (-12offset) rims were rubbing the fender and frame (cab mount?) slightly. Then it settled and it got unbearable. So I got an alignment and rubbing was considerably less but rubbed a lot in reverse. I grabbed my spanner wrench and cranked it up until there was only like 4 full revolutions left or threads showing underneath where you crank w/ the wrench. I'm not even close to rubbing right now. *I'm also running a plate bumper and winch.

1) Is lifting it that high going to negatively effect the quality of the suspension?

2) Will the coil overs settle again and drop the height of my truck?
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