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Old 05-15-2007, 06:46 PM   #1
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Revtek installation prices

Ben here for two days and you guys are killing me with ideas. My local wheel and tire guy told me that he can install a 3" Revtek lift for $695.00. Any pros or cons with the Revtek kit? Hows the price? I am looking for any ideas and info from anybody!
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Old 05-16-2007, 05:04 AM   #2
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what does the lift consist of
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3 inch lift for the front and blocks for the back and the differential lowering. I assume the standard Revtek 3" suspension lift kit. Tacoma is a 2006 double cab.
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you might look att toytec also what year is your truck are you going to do the lift
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you might look att toytec also what year is your truck are you going to do the lift
toytec definatly. go with add leafs to.. way more functinal than blocks
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Is there a problem with Revtek with AAL's?
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not that i know of
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no problem that i know of i just know more people with the toyec
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695 parts and labor? Doesn't get much cheaper unless you DIY.
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The harder you wheel, the more likely you are to be dissatisfied with a spacer lift like Revtek.

But a lot of them are sold and a lot of people are happy with them.

For 695,
make sure they're doing an alignment, and find out if they'll solve any vibration issues that come up, or if that's going to cost you extra.
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695 parts and labor? Doesn't get much cheaper unless you DIY.
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The harder you wheel, the more likely you are to be dissatisfied with a spacer lift like Revtek.

But a lot of them are sold and a lot of people are happy with them.

For 695,
make sure they're doing an alignment, and find out if they'll solve any vibration issues that come up, or if that's going to cost you extra.
Damn this thread is 3 years old man.
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Damn this thread is 3 years old man.
HAHA didn't even notice that.
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I have the 3" Revtek lift and am very satisfied. It gives it the stance Im looking for at a reat price. Its a lil rough on the ride but not enough for me to consider removing it.
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I paid $500 for mine out the door with the alignment at Les Shwaub.

I paid $1,100 for my coilovers and $475 for my new shocks.

Option 2 costs me more but I can't wait to install my option 2 this weekend Now I will actually be able to offroad my truck, without all the God awful noises and knocks and maybe hang on to the rest of my fillings.

They are an ok lift if you keep them on pavement.
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