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Old 07-25-2012, 12:58 PM   #1
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Other suspension lifts then 5100s?

Are there other suspension setups like the 5100 / ome coils that lift in the same way just from another reputable brand?
I know that a ton of people run the bilsteins and eibach or ome coils and it's effective. I just wanted to know if other brands like rancho or pro comp do the same thing. Just for price comparisons.
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:08 PM   #2
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Pro comp would be a similar lift but I hear its a much rougher ride. Could also go with higher end stuff.
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:10 PM   #3
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Pro comp would be a similar lift but I hear its a much rougher ride. Could also go with higher end stuff.
Ah well I was just comparing costs to get the best product for the money or get a good product for less since I don't wheel. But I'm wondering if the 5100. Are the best deal
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Old 07-25-2012, 01:24 PM   #4
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IMO--It is a GOOD product--and reasonably priced--what more could you want?
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I'll add that my truck sees little wheeling and I am happy with my lift with 5100s. Rights better than stock.
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IMO--It is a GOOD product--and reasonably priced--what more could you want?
Not much. That's probably the route i an everyone will most likely go. But a college discount would be nice lol
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Ironman just came out with a suspension lift for our trucks.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...nman-lift.html
This looks like a great deal....and for people who dont want to buy UCA($$$$$) this might be the ticket. I am looking at maybe grabbing their 2" leaf pack to replace my shitty stockers instead of going a full 3 on dakars.
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That is not bad for a full set up . It looks pretty good but the billys are cheaper
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Does anyone know about front strut extensions ? I saw some in a few kits but haven't heard of them..
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Old 07-26-2012, 06:02 AM   #11
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Does anyone know about front strut extensions ? I saw some in a few kits but haven't heard of them..
aka top plate spacers. Avoid them. They can damage your shocks and ball joints.
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aka top plate spacers. Avoid them. They can damage your shocks and ball joints.
Ah okay thanks

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than
What do you even mean
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What do you even mean
Than... Normally used in comparison. "OME better THAN anything"
Then... Normally used to give a sense of timing. "OME first, THEN, something else".

Thus endeth the English lesson.
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Than... Normally used in comparison. "OME better THAN anything"
Then... Normally used to give a sense of timing. "OME first, THEN, something else".

Thus endeth the English lesson.
THat still makes no sense , He said only than nothing to do with OME equipment haha I would have got it if that would have been in there
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Im trying man but THey read out of stock on first gens! your link is for 2nd gen haha
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Read your thread title.
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Ironman just came out with a suspension lift for our trucks.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/sus...nman-lift.html
It appears that OP has a first gen. Ironman only offers for '05+.
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