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Old 05-19-2011, 09:48 PM   #1
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5100's to look like Revtek Stance

A bunch of trucks around town are running Revtek lifts and I really like the look of the lift. From what I can see they are running 3 inches up front and 1 1/4 inches in the rear.

Here's my situation:
2010 Tacoma Sport Double Cab
275/70/18 Nitto Terra Grapplers

So far I have purchased adjustable 5100's all around. I also have had the harsh ride TSB completed. What else do I need to get the same amount of lift in the front and rear as the Revtek. I would rather go a little bit higher than lower.

Much appreciated!
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Old 05-19-2011, 09:56 PM   #2
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The billies will give you 2.5" of lift in the front. You need to get the 1/2" spacer from toytec to get full 3" (i ran this set up for a while). As far as the rear on TSB springs, I also ran the AAL with it. Looked and worked great. You wouldve been better off tho, with a set of 885 or 884 OME coils.

PS. There are hundreds of lift threads on here. Do a search
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Thanks for the input. I have searched about 300 suspension posts all just describe running 5100's up front at .85 with eibach springs and no talk of raising the rear... Can I do .85 with eibachs on the front and the rear 5100's set at 1.75?

What combo would work the best for me?
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The billies will give you 2.5" of lift in the front. You need to get the 1/2" spacer from toytec to get full 3" (i ran this set up for a while). As far as the rear on TSB springs, I also ran the AAL with it. Looked and worked great. You wouldve been better off tho, with a set of 885 or 884 OME coils.

PS. There are hundreds of lift threads on here. Do a search
X2 on the OME 885s. I just bought them with the 5100s and Ive heard it will give me alittle over 3" up front. also the 1.5 AAL from toytec should add enough lift to level it
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Thanks for the input. I have searched about 300 suspension posts all just describe running 5100's up front at .85 with eibach springs and no talk of raising the rear... Can I do .85 with eibachs on the front and the rear 5100's set at 1.75?

What combo would work the best for me?
The rear 5100's aren't adjustable...only the fronts.
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Yeah the rear 5100's are not adjustable you need a tsb add a leaf from toytec or wheelers just use search, some posts will even tell you how to install soo easy
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