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Old 10-31-2008, 04:46 AM   #1
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Let me see ur Lift!

I wanna hear about the best lifts and see(photos) of your 2nd generation Tacomas. I want to put an all suspension lift on mine but they are so many out there, I dont know what to choose!! Heres the ones I know that are top of the line off the top of my head...

-Fabtech
-Pro Comp
-Toytec
-Revtek
-Ready Lift

I have my truck on here for sale I know... But only because I want another one. Looking for a TRD Sport 4x4. Either way, if I keep mine or get another one, im gettin a Lift.... Tell me what you think. Thnx.
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Old 11-01-2008, 03:02 PM   #2
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i have a pro comp stage 1 on my truck, and it rides great

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i have a pro comp stage 1 on my truck, and it rides great

what size tires ?? Looks good!
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17" rims with 35" tires. thanx
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Old 11-01-2008, 05:08 PM   #7
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17" rims with 35" tires. thanx

Are you having any rubbing issues? I just put a 6" fabtech on my 05 DC 2WD TRD sport with 35x 12.50x17 tires and am having more rubbing that I would have expected.
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toytec coilovers(3'') and AAL in the rear
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ToyTec 3" coilover lift on 5100s and Total Chaos UCAs. BFG M/T KM2 285/75s on stock rims.




DUDE!! that is looking focking sweeet!! DAM!!!!!!!!!!!!

That set up is perfect man!!! +1

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ToyTec 3" coilover lift on 5100s and Total Chaos UCAs. BFG M/T KM2 285/75s on stock rims.

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my lift is a 3" billet spacer and 1" diff drop from extremetrucktoys.com with a procomp AAL and 1" block under the rear. i plan on getting some toytec 5100 coil overs for the front when i can afford it though.

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my lift is a 3" billet spacer and 1" diff drop from extremetrucktoys.com with a procomp AAL and 1" block under the rear. i plan on getting some toytec 5100 coil overs for the front when i can afford it though.

what was total cost for this setup?
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my lift is a 3" billet spacer and 1" diff drop from extremetrucktoys.com with a procomp AAL and 1" block under the rear. i plan on getting some toytec 5100 coil overs for the front when i can afford it though.
ive been meaning to ask you...your list says 255/75 BFGs...do you mean 255/85 or 265/75? i was unaware they made a 255/75
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what was total cost for this setup?
about $200 but the extra block under the back required me to get some longer shocks so i picked up some bilstein 5100's for $150 from Wheelers Offroad
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