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Old 12-13-2011, 04:44 PM   #1
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New Lift from Toytech

Hey I am looking to buy a 3in lift for my truck and will only be doing occasional off roading and that's not pushing it hard at all.
With that being said what do you guys think of the new kit from toytech that has the 5100s and eibachs all-ready built and set at 3in with choice of rear options.And I would get the LRCs and would i need the diff drop kit or is that unnecessary . Oh and Iam a new guy with big plans for my truck that I will post eventually when I get goin. I already did my own Satoshi grill and I like it a lot
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:49 PM   #3
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I've heard good things about that lift. Welcome to TW! I installed the diff drop kit after my lift but not really sure if it did a whole lot. Didnt hurt it, but dont think it really helped it since it wasnt really in issue in the first place. I just did it to be on the safer side.
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Also am wondering on how to understand and ajust my alignment with the new lrcs close enough to drive say 20 kms to have alignment done. Oh and do the LRCs come with the new adjustable balljoint assembly or is that extra.
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Old 12-13-2011, 04:57 PM   #5
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Also am wondering on how to understand and ajust my alignment with the new lrcs close enough to drive say 20 kms to have alignment done. Oh and do the LRCs come with the new adjustable balljoint assembly or is that extra.
For the most part you can eye ball the alignment if your just driving to a place to get the real alignment done. From my experience with the LR UCA's is that they dont use a ball joint like TC or Camburg.
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Oh ok thanks 4 the info and will probly be asking more questions soon if u dont mind
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Old 12-13-2011, 05:51 PM   #7
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Oh ok thanks 4 the info and will probly be asking more questions soon if u dont mind
No prob. Thats what we are all here for!
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