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Old 02-28-2012, 05:06 PM   #1
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How much lift to expect????

I am going with eibach lift springs, billies, and AAL. I am looking to see what people have achieved with height on this setup. Toytec says the coils will lift 3'' but billies only go to 2.5 so what goes on there? just want to know before I order. thanks.
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I got a little over 3' inches of lift with this setup.
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Old 02-28-2012, 11:50 PM   #4
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When you run the eibach/billy combo together, you are only getting the lift from the springs, not the shocks (they are set at 0" of lift when combined with the eibach coils).

They are 3" lift springs, so most people will get an average of 3" of lift. 4-cylinder tacoma's may get a little more. If you have an aftermarket bumper, winch, ect you'll probably get a little less.
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When you run the eibach/billy combo together, you are only getting the lift from the springs, not the shocks (they are set at 0" of lift when combined with the eibach coils).

They are 3" lift springs, so most people will get an average of 3" of lift. 4-cylinder tacoma's may get a little more. If you have an aftermarket bumper, winch, ect you'll probably get a little less.
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You could also run the billies with stock coils and get up to 2.5" of lift with them.

Please note the above quote applies to 1st gen only... Eibachs provide 1.6" of lift for 2nd gens.
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