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Old 06-26-2012, 07:09 PM   #2
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that lift in the link you posted isn't for a tacoma.

look into toytec or ome for quality lifts at a decent price
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:14 PM   #3
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NO PROCOMP........wheelers.com full OME kit (old man emu) with 885 front springs with top plate spacer and trim packer and dakar leaf packs with OME front and rear shocks....and when you get a few extra bucks go to fatbobsgarage.com and get spc LR ucas...those are the best prices on those items and i promise u the best affordable susp that youll never need to upgrade
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id just go with 5100s and a wheelers AAL. i love mine, have had zero problems. then put some money into some better tires.
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:26 PM   #5
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id just go with 5100s and a wheelers AAL. i love mine, have had zero problems. then put some money into some better tires.
or uca's
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:28 PM   #6
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that lift in the link you posted isn't for a tacoma.

look into toytec or ome for quality lifts at a decent price
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Old 06-26-2012, 07:28 PM   #7
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NO PROCOMP........wheelers.com full OME kit (old man emu) with 885 front springs with top plate spacer and trim packer and dakar leaf packs with OME front and rear shocks....and when you get a few extra bucks go to fatbobsgarage.com and get spc LR ucas...those are the best prices on those items and i promise u the best affordable susp that youll never need to upgrade
^^^^this execpt i got a better price on the ome lift from scott at truckaddons.com. give him a call. here is a link to his weathtech thread his number is in his sig. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/gro...h-special.html.

you will have to order the top plate spacers from wheelers if you want the full 3" lift
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Get some maxtrax spindles and all pro leafs call it a day. You can use your stock setup for the spindles. get billies for the rear and be done! Prob under 1k
Stay the hell away from pro comp...I just got rid of mine
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The $1000 is supposed to cover the kit+labor. Planning on getting 33" BFG or Duramax tires next year. Anything that doesn't include spacers or a body lift works for me. So far these are good options keep em comin.
duramax tires? are those good?
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The $1000 is supposed to cover the kit+labor. Planning on getting 33" BFG or Duramax tires next year. Anything that doesn't include spacers or a body lift works for me. So far these are good options keep em comin.
Dude there are a ton of folks out there that would help ya out bro. I got good buddies on here that helped me out big time. I was the "light holder" People here love to help. I would help a tacoma brother at the drop of a hat.
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Old 06-27-2012, 07:46 AM   #12
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The $1000 is supposed to cover the kit+labor. Planning on getting 33" BFG or Duramax tires next year. Anything that doesn't include spacers or a body lift works for me. So far these are good options keep em comin.
If you need labor included you are screwed. Probably no choice but 5100 and 3 leaf add a leaf. Looks like you are done looking for parts.
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If you need labor included you are screwed. Probably no choice but 5100 and 3 leaf add a leaf. Looks like you are done looking for parts.
Yeah looks like this is the cheapest/easiest option. It might be worth it for me to just keep saving up. Or spend the whole grand solely on the lift kit and find a buddy to put it on for cheap instead of paying the shop.

If anyone has a hook up with Fox I'd be willing to pay for one of those kits in the future.
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Toytec or OME. Although including installation on both of those would put you over 1k.
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