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Old 07-06-2011, 12:13 PM   #1
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Toytec Lift Options

Hey all! Looking for a 3 inch lift on my 10 Tacoma Dbl Cab. Definitely going the toytec route. Looking on the website what would the best option be? They have the ultimate kit but they also have the radflo shocks and another with bilstein front adjustable shocks. I know all are new coilover, and I will be using the truck for its current use which is light to moderate off roading. Getting to beach accesses, small trail runs. 1-2 times a week. All suggestions/comments and derogatory statements are accepted.
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Billstein 5100s for the front and 5125 or 5150 with a block or AAL in the rear. Easy and cheap. Search for more info in the 7439267028903905738905738903 thread on lifts.
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I just spent some time with David at Toytec going over the different 3" lifts and ended up with the OME suspension lift. One of the differences between the Ultimate lift kit and the other 3" with Bilsteins is the way they are adjusted. They do recommend installing the Light Racing Upper Control Arms, so you can get your wheel alignment into factory spec.If you buy them with the kit you get a $50.00 discount on the cost of the upper control arms. They also give a Tacoma World discount when you place your order. Good luck
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