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Old 10-10-2011, 10:36 AM   #1
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Alright lads im looking to lift my truck, i know i want 33s. i think im gonna loose to much power if i go 35s. what do you think would be best...4-6inch? i dont want crap, i want it to look good and still have the smooth ride. should the front be wider i dont know.... leave me some ideas please. thx boys
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Alright lads im looking to lift my truck, i know i want 33s. i think im gonna loose to much power if i go 35s. what do you think would be best...4-6inch? i dont want crap, i want it to look good and still have the smooth ride. should the front be wider i dont know.... leave me some ideas please. thx boys
4x4 or prerunner? Lifting for looks or for offroad performance? Budget?
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Alright lads im looking to lift my truck, i know i want 33s. i think im gonna loose to much power if i go 35s. what do you think would be best...4-6inch? i dont want crap, i want it to look good and still have the smooth ride. should the front be wider i dont know.... leave me some ideas please. thx boys
from this request i dont know if i wanna answer the question.

search button helps for lift ?s, there is also a suspension sub forum...
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its a 2008 4x4 4.0 trd crewcab. for offroading but its also the everyday ride to thats why i dont want the ride to be to rought. budget 2500whit tires?
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