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Old 04-06-2012, 06:31 PM   #1
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3" RBP Lift? Anyone?

I've tried searching through this forum for someone running a RBP leveling kit 3"front/1"rear. I just bought my 2012 Tacoma DBL cab 4x4 Sport last wed and ordered a RBP leveling kit for it Tues. Just wanting to know if anyone had dealt with this company. Ive been doin this crap a long time but never messed with RBP. Any thoughts would be appreciated.
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super mega ultra ridiculous fantasically disproportionally expensive for items that arent particularly amazing.

save your money and look up better lifts
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super mega ultra ridiculous fantasically disproportionally expensive for items that arent particularly amazing.

save your money and look up better lifts
lol....x2 though
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Old 04-06-2012, 06:37 PM   #4
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how much was the spacer? 1k?
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in all seriousness op, that company is severly over priced and much better options can be found for less money. perhaps bilisteins 1500's? probalbly be cheaper than anything rbp makes.

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Old 04-06-2012, 08:49 PM   #6
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Okay, well thanks for the bashing on their prices, I have learned that trying to search for rbp kits on here and everyone saying how expesive they were. I mean, $1050 for a billit grill is a bit ridiculous, but if everyone will please take another look at my post, The money has already been spent, I want to know if anyone has had dealings with their kits (money aside)
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how much was the spacer? 1k?
Ha, well I had summit price match carId and that put it at 369 with free shipping, but thats spacers, (diff drop kit i think), and 1" blocks. so all and all its not as stupid high as their $700 nfab wanna be bars
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How much wheeling do you do?
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How much wheeling do you do?
Every weekend (In my 85') This one will be lucky to see a dirtroad
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I can't bounce for RBP but let us know how the install goes and overall how the quality is.
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Just curious but why would you spend your money on the lift and then do research? I thought you have been doing this for a while?
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Just curious but why would you spend your money on the lift and then do research? I thought you have been doing this for a while?
#1 When I say I've been doing this for a while, Thats kinda in general, I'm used to big fing springs and big fing boggers

#2 I signed papers on the truck and drove straight to the beach with the family, I didnt even want to spend the time to call summit. I was to busy trying to be manly while sipping some kinda pink cuncaction the ol lady was making me. But I have the truck and my tires and rims are sitting in the garage awaiting bolt up. I'm way to impatiant to wait till i get home to surf the net trying to find something.

#3 I've always gone daystar on my 00 tundra, 02 tacoma and 08 chevy, wanted a change and RBP seemed like a decent company

#4 They have got to send me a pimp sticker with it
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I can't bounce for RBP but let us know how the install goes and overall how the quality is.
Def will do, People need to know, I'll see if i can figure out this whole pics thing to post some up for yall
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Just a little info on spacer/leveling kits:

http://www.camburg.com/toyota/00-06-...y-spacer-lift/
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Just a little info on spacer/leveling kits:

http://www.camburg.com/toyota/00-06-...y-spacer-lift/
I like living life on the edge, haha, and the chances of my strut ever seeing full droop is when I have to climp through the ditch at MCDS to get a cheeseburger. I have run spacer/leveling kits on three previous trucks and have installed them for at least 20 buddies, have never run into a problem. hard for me to jsutify spending a 1000+ bucks on the same amount of lift for a pavement pounder. If I was a baller I would cause it looks pimp nasty
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Ha, well I had summit price match carId and that put it at 369 with free shipping, but thats spacers, (diff drop kit i think), and 1" blocks.
Just think for 69 dollars less you could have had http://downsouthmotorsports.com/i-82...djustable.html then add an AAL your back to the same price and have a 3495827340987 times better ride

But good luck hope it works for you...
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Just think for 69 dollars less you could have had http://downsouthmotorsports.com/i-82...djustable.html then add an AAL your back to the same price and have a 3495827340987 times better ride

But good luck hope it works for you...
Ok, you caught my eye, how much lift is that adjustable to while keeping my ride?
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