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Old 09-24-2008, 02:20 PM   #1
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ReadyLift 69-5510 on an 09 5-Lug

Hello to all,
I'm wondering if anyone has tried the 69-5510 on a 2009. I emailed ReadyLift, and they said they haven't tried it yet. I searched the forums and didn't find anything either. I would assume it should work, but I wanted to get some confirmation.
Also, this seems to be the only lift kit for the 05-newer 5-lugs, is that right?
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I just installed the Ready Lift kit on my 2006 Tacoma 5 lugger. I beleive that is the same lift that is recommended for the 2009. It was my first one to do and wasn't that bad. Took me and two friends about 5 hours to do the entire thing. There was a little grinding required on the add a leaf bolt that holds the leafs together. Overall, I am satisfied with the installation and looks of the lift. I would recommend to anyone.
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Hello to all,
I'm wondering if anyone has tried the 69-5510 on a 2009. I emailed ReadyLift, and they said they haven't tried it yet. I searched the forums and didn't find anything either. I would assume it should work, but I wanted to get some confirmation.
Also, this seems to be the only lift kit for the 05-newer 5-lugs, is that right?
Thanks in advance.
im pretty sure it will work, because i dont think they changed anything on the suspension end on the 09's from the 05's.
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Thanks for the quick replies, guys. One more question, I'm planning on putting on 31x10.5x15's with the lift. I've read back and forth (with no clear answer) about 15's clearing (and not clearing) the caliper. Any input? Thanks again.
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Thanks for the quick replies, guys. One more question, I'm planning on putting on 31x10.5x15's with the lift. I've read back and forth (with no clear answer) about 15's clearing (and not clearing) the caliper. Any input? Thanks again.
if im not mistaken no 15" wheels will clear the caliper on 05+ tacomas and only some 16" will
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if im not mistaken no 15" wheels will clear the caliper on 05+ tacomas and only some 16" will
On 5-luggers? My stock wheels are 15".
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On 5-luggers? My stock wheels are 15".
well then i may be wrong...maybe its only the 6 lug new ones that cant fit the 15" wheels
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well then i may be wrong...maybe its only the 6 lug new ones that cant fit the 15" wheels
Yeah, I know the 6-lug and 5-lug are different, that's why I'm trying to get some answers before I order everything. Thanks though.
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Also, I've read that the rear shocks are at (or near) max with this lift. Are there options of others with the 5-luggs?
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