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Old 08-02-2008, 07:23 AM   #1
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Best lift kit to put 33's?

Alright guys and gals.. Im going to go ahead and make the plunge, but not without everyones opinion. I want this thread to go in depth. I want to purchase the best and I want to know the best way of lifting my 2007 Tacoma so that I can put 33's on it. I want a lift that is best for my suspension and is going to give me a factory style ride.
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Old 08-02-2008, 07:49 AM   #2
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For a factory ride, I think the best lift would be a Spindle lift.
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Old 08-02-2008, 08:19 AM   #3
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We need to know several things. Are you 4x4? Whats your budget? How do you use the truck?
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We need to know several things. Are you 4x4? Whats your budget? How do you use the truck?
I am looking to spend a reasonable amount, if that makes sense.. I just dont want to spend a pile of money. Yes of course its four wheel drive or I wouldnt lift it. haha jp and I dont plan on offroading my truck at all. Maybe a little field here and there.
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Then just get some spacers w/ an AAL and spend the rest of the money on rims.
Agreed... I have the RevTek Kit with 1 1/4 block spacer with the TSB leaf pack. make sure the kit you choose has a spacer on top and bottom not just one large spacer.

I love the look and can hold 33's just fine.

Still has the factory ride and looks way better!
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Old 08-02-2008, 01:27 PM   #6
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Agreed... I have the RevTek Kit with 1 1/4 block spacer with the TSB leaf pack. make sure the kit you choose has a spacer on top and bottom not just one large spacer.

I love the look and can hold 33's just fine.

Still has the factory ride and looks way better!


Whats the price range for this?
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A Revtek kit is usually around $200-$300 (thats off the top of my head). I know 4 Wheel Parts sells 'em, I'd look there.
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can someone post pictures of their revtek suspension lift. Preferrably someone that has a lift big enough to put 33's on. I want to see what it does to the front suspension. I would really appreciate it!
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the only thing thats gonna keep the factory ride is factory suspension....go with a body lift...i hate um, but it'll ride like factory!
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I wouldnt put a body lift on nothing!! I hate them so much!
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