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Old 07-23-2012, 06:48 PM   #1
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level tacoma or lift when going larger tires? pics?

I am considering doing some form of lift/level to fit a larger tire. Probably 33's or 32s

My question is what do you guys think a first gener should do? lift the front up to 2.5 " to level it out and leave the rear stock or should I lift the rear maybe an inch to make the difference 1.5 ". (If our trucks need a 2.5 to balance it out, I know that some full size are 2.5, not sure if ours are too.

Also after a brief search , When is the ideal time to regear or when is re gearing necessary?

Thanks for the input guys. Any pics of your set up is appreciated.

Plenty of pictures of my set up if you need them for reference just click on build thread!
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lift the front 3 and level it with an AAL.

brock mentioned a good setup.

not sure how he finds these threads so fast. o.o
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What would that set up run?
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What would that set up run?
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