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Old 12-18-2013, 12:31 AM   #2981
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Spacers are lookin good Tom, now the only downside is I'm on the hunt for some tc lca's haha....which aren't cheap
Mine were $600 out the door! Problem is tomorrow I'm spending $1500 on TC Dual shock hoops and King bypasses....the money pit never ends.
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Just purchased my maxtrac spindles, toytec coilovers, all pro leaf pack and 1.5" block!!

Going to be installing it all in the next few weeks, then grabbing up some 35's to finish her off!! Can't wait to contribute to this thread with pictures...
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Another question for you guys. Thinking about going with some bilstein shocks all around with the maxtrac spindles and ome 885 coils in the front. Will that combo give me 6 inches in the front? I want to keep it at 4 though. Should I just use the stock coils. And lastly any recommendations for rear leaf packs and/or leaf and block combinations for the rear? Want to keep the truck level. Thanks guys.
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Another question for you guys. Thinking about going with some bilstein shocks all around with the maxtrac spindles and ome 885 coils in the front. Will that combo give me 6 inches in the front? I want to keep it at 4 though. Should I just use the stock coils. And lastly any recommendations for rear leaf packs and/or leaf and block combinations for the rear? Want to keep the truck level. Thanks guys.
With just spindles up front you'll be at 4". 885 coils will give you 3". YotaMatt is running Spindles, 5100's, and eibach springs up front and it's probably just over 6". Looks damn good too.

My truck on the left with spindles and 885 with about a 34" tire (worn out 315)
YotaMatt on the right with spindles 5100's and eibach springs
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I machined up some spacers for the Total Chaos LCA's to adapt to the Maxtrac spindles. Much happier with this than the washers I was using.
Steel rod 1 inch OD, 5/8 ID and .680 height. They fit absolutely perfect. Just had to tap them in lightly to fit.


finished product, they do work easily with the tc kit

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Anyone using these with Camburg LT?
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For anyone that wants to see what maxtrac spindles in the front (everything else stock in front) and Allpro standard 3" leaf packs look like....here ya go, just got done installing the leafs, ubolt flip, ext brake lines and bilstein shocks in the rear.

The front fender to center of hub measures are appx 24"' and the back are appx 25", i used to have a aal in rear and the front and back are about even.

Im putting some billies up front next on the .85 setting....just wanted to take pics for anyone wanting to see.





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With just spindles up front you'll be at 4". 885 coils will give you 3". YotaMatt is running Spindles, 5100's, and eibach springs up front and it's probably just over 6". Looks damn good too.

My truck on the left with spindles and 885 with about a 34" tire (worn out 315)
YotaMatt on the right with spindles 5100's and eibach springs[/QUOTE

Thanks man. Sick trucks btw. I'm jealous. haha. Think I'll just stick to spindles and billies then. Just wanted new coils because I wanted to improve the ride quality. But dont want to go higher than 4. Probably going with allpro standard 3 inch leaf pack in the rear too. Are new uca's needed as well?
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For anyone that wants to see what maxtrac spindles in the front (everything else stock in front) and Allpro standard 3" leaf packs look like....here ya go, just got done installing the leafs, ubolt flip, ext brake lines and bilstein shocks in the rear.

The front fender to center of hub measures are appx 24"' and the back are appx 25", i used to have a aal in rear and the front and back are about even.

Im putting some billies up front next on the .85 setting....just wanted to take pics for anyone wanting to see.





Very nice! Thinking about that exact set up too. How's it ride?
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Ride is great alot better than the aal.
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Ride is great alot better than the aal.
What size tires are those?
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Thanks man. Sick trucks btw. I'm jealous. haha. Think I'll just stick to spindles and billies then. Just wanted new coils because I wanted to improve the ride quality. But dont want to go higher than 4. Probably going with allpro standard 3 inch leaf pack in the rear too. Are new uca's needed as well?
You're fine with stock UCAs.
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What size tires are those?
They are 285/65/18 trail graps
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Im completely lost when it comes to offset can someone give me the breakdown ?! The setup I will be running on my second gen 06 prerunner is billy 5100s along with 1.6 eibach springs and also maxtrac 4 inch spindle. Now my question is .....im currently running 16 inch steelies (pro comp) on 285/75/16 so does this have anything to do with my spindle not fitting ? Any help would be appreciated!!!
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Im completely lost when it comes to offset can someone give me the breakdown ?! The setup I will be running on my second gen 06 prerunner is billy 5100s along with 1.6 eibach springs and also maxtrac 4 inch spindle. Now my question is .....im currently running 16 inch steelies (pro comp) on 285/75/16 so does this have anything to do with my spindle not fitting ? Any help would be appreciated!!!
The rim Needs Backspacing Of 4.5 For 16Inch Rims I Believe..I Have 17 So I Had To Get 4.75 Back Spacing
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