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Old 08-14-2008, 09:58 AM   #1
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Help lifting

I want to lift my 07 double cab, i'd say 3". What's the best, or.... There seems to be so many ways and kinds and types.... I want to do it myself. Any suggestions or point me somewhere i can learn more about how and why it works and such, thanks.
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Its a real helpful link. Helped me out. Learned things too. So thanks for that 05.

I did my research and found Coilovers with UCAs up front to be a very clean look, good ride on the road and not too bad off the road. I got the Icons but there are alot of good front coilovers out there you can get. TT, SAW, Icon, Fox. Its all up to you. One thing I do recommend is the problem I ran into myself. If you plan on upgrading tires plan for that so you can adjust your coilovers prior to installation. I just had to crank mine down to stop my new tires from rubbing. Wasnt too painful but it wanst fun either. Good Luck and make sure its WHAT YOU WANT.

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Old 08-15-2008, 08:39 AM   #4
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Thanks and I have read all that is available here. Still leaves me with some decisions I'll just be guessing at. I'm only doing it for looks, I do not use the truck off-road.
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