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Old 01-21-2010, 10:53 PM   #1
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PreRunner 6 bolt drop kit

I saw a drop kit for my Doublecab Tacoma V6. It looked good in black. Front drop is 2" and rear is 3.5". Has anyone done this and has photos to show what it looks like? I use my truck as a car 95% of the time.
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Old 01-21-2010, 11:03 PM   #2
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Lowering Kit for 2005-10 Tacoma Prerunner & 4x4

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Lowers Front 2" / Rear 3.5"



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Old 01-21-2010, 11:07 PM   #3
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I like it but need to experiment lowering my silver truck to see if it looks good. I can take off the wheels and sit the truck on blocks then lay wheels back in just to see. Thanks for the link! eBay has kit on sale for $50 less.
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Im still trying to understand why you would by a prerunner and then tur around and lower it. Why didnt you just save a little money and buy a ase model, then lower it. What a waste of off road suspension? JMO
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Old 01-22-2010, 10:18 AM   #5
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Im still trying to understand why you would by a prerunner and then tur around and lower it. Why didnt you just save a little money and buy a ase model, then lower it. What a waste of off road suspension? JMO
I understand it.. Some lowered trucks look pretty good. Hell....I would like to see a 4 door X Runner looking truck.
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Hell....I would like to see a 4 door X Runner looking truck.

pssssst...


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its called a CHEVY...

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Old 01-22-2010, 10:49 AM   #7
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4Dr Taco = Car/Truck

JMO,

I need a car more than a truck and never 4WD it. Instead of having three cars to insure and fix (95 NSX-T, Camry and 87 Long bed Nissan 1 ton) I reduced vehicles to two, a NSX and Taco DoubleCab. The Taco is open differential so going off road could equal getting stuck!
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Im still trying to understand why you would by a prerunner and then tur around and lower it. Why didnt you just save a little money and buy a ase model, then lower it. What a waste of off road suspension? JMO
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Old 01-22-2010, 10:50 AM   #8
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pssssst...


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its called a CHEVY...

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Im still trying to understand why you would by a prerunner and then tur around and lower it. Why didnt you just save a little money and buy a ase model, then lower it. What a waste of off road suspension? JMO
x2. the extra money spent on a prerunner could have went to the the drop kit,wheels and than some
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Old 01-22-2010, 10:59 AM   #10
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Chris,

I got a great deal on this truck, it has 32K miles and cost me $8500 plus shipping and repair parts. Wouldn't ever consider buying a GM product, it would never last 300K miles like the Nissan has.

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Old 01-22-2010, 11:00 AM   #11
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Chris,

I got a great deal on this truck, it has 32K miles and cost me $8500 plus shipping and repair parts. Wouldn't ever consider buying a GM product, it would never last 300K miles like the Nissan has.

Stephen
Hell of a deal! I say if you want to lower it, Go for it! Post up pics afterward!
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Old 01-22-2010, 11:04 AM   #12
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Lower Taco

I'll just lower it on wood blocks and take some pictures first before spending money and time to find out I don't like it!

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Old 02-24-2010, 09:16 PM   #13
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JMO,

I need a car more than a truck and never 4WD it. Instead of having three cars to insure and fix (95 NSX-T, Camry and 87 Long bed Nissan 1 ton) I reduced vehicles to two, a NSX and Taco DoubleCab. The Taco is open differential so going off road could equal getting stuck!
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u have a nsx? damn.....
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Yes I do have a nice second car that I built for myself. It was a project I started years ago and have just finished. Check out the previous project at:
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No comptech SC!?? Cmon man! haha I love NSX's. I see a Veilside NSX everyday.
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Why would I need a blower? The car is already too fast with the way the cops are giving out tickets lately. San Diego has finally figured out that they can balance their budget by ticketing the sh#t out of motorist. That's what they did back east and one of the reasons I left there! LOL

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man i really like they way it looks, i just bought a 2007 tacoma dcab prerunner. i would like to lower it, i think it gives it a good stance.
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If I could buy a regular suspension Tacoma V6 Xcab, I would. It took several months in 2000 to find my 95, now in 2010, they are non-existant. So my only way to get the Tacoma I want is to buy a 02 PreRunner and lower it to my Xcab ride height. I'd like to lower 6" front and back, if that means new coils, then that's what has to happen. I'm not really sold on clamping the existing coils down, seems like a reliability nightmare if those clamps come loose.
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If I could buy a regular suspension Tacoma V6 Xcab, I would. It took several months in 2000 to find my 95, now in 2010, they are non-existant. So my only way to get the Tacoma I want is to buy a 02 PreRunner and lower it to my Xcab ride height. I'd like to lower 6" front and back, if that means new coils, then that's what has to happen. I'm not really sold on clamping the existing coils down, seems like a reliability nightmare if those clamps come loose.
you could always by an s runner...lol...trying to find one of those things tho is a different story
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