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Old 05-26-2011, 08:58 PM   #1
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procomp drop bracket suspension options

Just wondering if there are any benefits or suggestions for aftermarket springs and struts/shocks. Have the procomp stage 2 6" DB lift (came with the truck). Would there be any improvement over the stock toyota bilsteins and springs that are still installed?

Also, anyone have the TC UCAs made specifically for the 6" lifts? Any improvements on/off road?

What other mods would be beneficial with this lift?

Sorry for the noob questions. still learning lol.
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Old 05-26-2011, 10:34 PM   #2
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Hey man, I think you have the stage 1 lift (based on your pics) and the description of the bilstein/springs you say you have now. As far as upgrades go, you can upgrade to the Pro Comp Stage 2 coilovers or some Icon 6" Coilovers made specifically for your pro comp truck/lift. The ride should be better and may firm up a bit. They look tits as well and get rid of the big 6" spacer up front. I plan on doing this in the next few months. I also want to get the TC UCA as well. As far as pther upgades go, maybe get a custom leaf pack made at the same time and get ride of all the blocks/spacers on your truck (if only money grew on trees)
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Old 05-27-2011, 05:56 AM   #3
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6" deaver springs will run 800 bucks. Already emailed for pricing still debating
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Old 05-27-2011, 07:17 AM   #4
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Oh man. For some reason I thought the stage 1 was the 4" and 2 was the 6". Thanks for all the info! Are the 6" coilovers better for the truck at all, or is it just a more comfortable ride?
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theres no giant spacer and its a better ride
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I would upgrade to Icon coilovers and get deavers before you worry about UCAs. those two things will make the biggest difference.
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