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Old 10-07-2012, 05:55 AM   #1
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looking for 2nd gen 4x4 proper lift install

I have been wanting to get a lift or just level my 07 dbl cab but I wanna make sure I buy evrything thats needed so I dont have bad driveline vibration that I hear everyone has after they get there 2nd gen double cab 4x4s lifted. Any one in the inland empire or OC??
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It really depends what u plan on doing... if u wanna go hard core or just light wheeling... but looking in the suspension section is a good place to start... mid travel/long travel both have lots of good info
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I had the vibes with my 2012 then lifted it and the vibe is gone. So you really never know what will happen till you do it. Personally I really like the RCD lift.
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depends how much lift you are going for, if you get driveline vibes you will probably need to get the bracket that lowers the carrier bearing. I had more of a shutter after my lift, slow speeds from 1-10 mph. Got a bracket from beefed taco that lowers the carrier bearing, he has a few different sizes but it depends on how much lift you have

if you still have vibes shims might help
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I had speedfreek install 5100/eibach's on the front for ~2.75" lift and a 2.5" AAL and had ZERO vibes.
He's in Vista btw.
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I had speedfreek install 5100/eibach's on the front for ~2.75" lift and a 2.5" AAL and had ZERO vibes.
He's in Vista btw.
How do you like the 5100s bilsteins? What model Tacoma you have. Usually I hear most ppl with double cab 4x4s having driveline vibes
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