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Old 11-21-2010, 10:23 AM   #1
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Toytec Lift Help

I plan on buying this lift for my 05 taco. I dont plan on taking it off road. I'm looking for about a 3" lift. I know I want AAL on the back.
http://www.toyteclifts.com/index.php...mart&Itemid=72

The question I have is on the options part of it. Which coils would be best for my needs. And should I get the top plate spacers?

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Old 11-21-2010, 10:31 AM   #2
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The 885's would give 3" lift, without the use of the spacers. You should also consider replacing the shocks.
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The 885's would give 3" lift, without the use of the spacers. You should also consider replacing the shocks.

If I order the 885 and not the shocks would it hurt the truck any? I will prob buy the shocks sometime next year.
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If I order the 885 and not the shocks would it hurt the truck any? I will prob buy the shocks sometime next year.
The stock shocks are not designed to dampen the higher spring rate of the 885 coils. The ride wont be as good.
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Would buying TRD shocks take care of it or would I have to get the 5100's?
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Would buying TRD shocks take care of it or would I have to get the 5100's?
Either the 5100's, or the Old Man Emu shocks. I would get the 5100's over the OME 90000's
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Geez thats gonna jack up the price quite a bit. Might have to put off buying the shocks. Can't afford putting new shocks on all four corners cause I'm a poor college kid!
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