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Old 07-07-2012, 10:30 PM   #1
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6 INCH LIFT KIT????

I just got a brand new Tacoma 4 door and want to lift it soonish. What all 6 inch lift kits are yall running? I had a BDS long arm on my CUMMINS and loved it, but is anyone running the BDS kit on the tacomas, and the body lift is out of the question.
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:34 PM   #2
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Yeah boy 6 inch lift kit!!! You gonna put stacks on that Sunna bitch?? Brappppp
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Old 07-07-2012, 10:39 PM   #3
Very nice how much?
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Yeah boy 6 inch lift kit!!! You gonna put stacks on that Sunna bitch?? Brappppp
Everything's bigger in Texas!
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Old 07-08-2012, 07:30 AM   #4
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Except for their junk... Which is why they need useless db lifts
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Old 07-08-2012, 07:45 AM   #6
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Just trolling... and op the most common 6 is the fabTech but I would look into an RCD 4.5 lift IMO
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Old 07-08-2012, 07:51 AM   #8
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I'm curious how a drop bracket lift is "useless" and why you are so worried (to the point of being rude...) about what someone else is going to do to their truck...
Hello EXACTLY ^^^^^

Here's some info on the 2 6 in lifts that are typically installed on tacomas. Either one will do. and there is a 4.5 in by RCD that will work great also

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...-pictures.html
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So pro comp has a 6" lift kit, as does
Fabtech, BDS just developed a 6" drop
Bracket kit as well. Or as they said RCD
Has a 4-5" kit. Personally I am going with the
Fabtech, it has a add a leaf and a small block
In the rear where as most kits just have a 4"
Block. It is also the most expensive kit I've seen
Too. Good luck on your choice.

I love it when you ask for advice and people
Just tell you how stupid you are for your decision
Instead of answering your question.
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Off topic a bit, but I must clarify contrary to popular belief my truck and or suspension components have nothing to do with my penis size.
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I love it when you ask for advice and people Just tell you how stupid you are for your decision
Instead of answering your question.
Exactly ^^^

Unfortunately, there are a number of members on this site that are oblivious to the fact that they suffer diarrhea of the mouth.
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The reason most say db lifts are crap is because they are. They reduce ground clearance big time and the kits themselves aren't very good. A few members already ditched their db lifts for 3 inch lifts. What's that say about them?

In the end the OP should get what he wants and the other members should just stop getting butthurt.

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The reason most say db lifts are crap is because they are. They reduce ground clearance big time and the kits themselves aren't very good. A few members already ditched their db lifts for 3 inch lifts. What's that say about them?

In the end the OP should get what he wants and the other members should just stop getting butthurt.

There actually wasn't that big of a difference as one would think between the two....but how would I lnow
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There actually wasn't that big of a difference as one would think between the two....but how would I lnow
I got under a pro comp lifted truck and the diff was kinda low. You look under a 3 inch lifted truck and the diff was way up there.
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Yeah I never had a problem with it, I'd say the biggest advantage is being able to run an actual skid plate!
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I sense some hostility, but look at the BDS kit, I like it because it doesnt seem to hang nearly as low as procomp or fabtech. I want to run 35's it will be used for some trails but mainly mud, its TEXAS we got mud and I like the look of a 6 inch on 35's. Will I use it to pick up hookers as stated above, no are you crazy, I use my bike for hookers because i can dump them of the back easier than a truck. Remember lift it, fat chicks cant jump.
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Off topic a bit, but I must clarify contrary to popular belief my truck and or suspension components have nothing to do with my penis size.
What about your username?
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