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Old 08-26-2010, 03:59 PM   #1
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spacer help!!

i am in the market for my 00 prerunner sr5 for some front coil spacers to level my front end to the back and i know new shocks are better but this is all i can afford right now but would 2in spacers on the front look fine? or how would they look or any recomendations on any other sizes?

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why not save your money to get something better?

doing it right the first time is cheaper
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2 inch would level it perfectly.
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2" to level. Yes.
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why not save your money to get something better?

i would but that will be forever and i dont need anything too crazy to spend that much money just a simple level

doing it right the first time is cheaper
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2 inch would level it perfectly.
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2" to level. Yes.
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Old 08-31-2010, 10:31 PM   #6
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have you looked into bilstein 5100's? you can adjust them from 0" to 2.5" of lift. stay away from spacers
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