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Old 10-25-2011, 07:25 PM   #1
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Noobie, Recommendations on a 3" lift?

I have a 2005 double cab.. 2wd prerunner. It has 64k, would it be stupid to get a 3" lift done? I dont offroad much but i'll deffinetely pick up once I get this lift done. What tires and wheels do you guys recommend? I love the look of lifts on taco's, my prefrence is the higher the sexier what does everyone recommend? sorry if there are threads on this already, just am new.

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Welcome to the most expensive hobby you'll have, lol! Just keep reading threads and you'll figure out what you need! You'll learn a lot in the process too!

And its never to late to lift, lol!
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It's never to late of early to lift.
Lots of choices out there.
Avoid spacers up front & blocks in the rear.
A good lift is going to cost, but it will be worth it.
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I say a 6" drop lift bracket and some spacer lift!
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I say a 6" drop lift bracket and some spacer lift!

the new guys may take you seriously..

but OP search " 3 inch lift " or " bilstein 5100 " in the search function on this site. its the most common lift.
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