Needing help on how to lift my 2011 Tacoma TRD Sport DCLB 4wd. Before you start telling me to do my research let me tell you I have.... Im currently in the shit hole we know as Afganistan and my 30 min time limit on the computer makes it a pain in the nuts to look at this stuff. During my little down time all I want to do is gym and think about how Im going to show the Taco some love when I get back. Any and all help would be fantastic and much appriciated!
What im looking for is to lift my Taco about 3in. or so, leveling it out in the process. Its a daily driver when im state side and never really hits any hardcore trails. My price range is idealy less than $600 but there is room to play in that. I'd like to put 32" or 33" tires on aswell, hints why im pricing the lift in a more affordable range! The problem im having trouble with is no one that ive seen has lifted a 2011 tacoma like i own. All ive found on the 2011 is that there is a common issue with UCA's not allowing the caster to get within factory specs. Im prety novice when it comes to the lifting trucks but not complety lost... DOES ANYONE HAVE A SUGGESTION ON HOW TO LIFT A "2011" WITH AS FEW ISSUES AS POSSIBLE? WHAT KIT SHOULD I ROLL WITH?
Options so far...
Simple cheap -- Above coil kits, or In-coil spacer kits, or Combo kits. Quality of ride is a diff. concern.
Leaning towards but unsure if there will be complications? -- Front adjustable coil over kit with Bilstein 5100's which doesnt touch the rear and will run me about $580 on toyteclifts.com w/ the TW coupon ( http://toyteclifts.com/index.php?pag...mart&Itemid=72)
OME Kit with the 885x coils and the Toytec/Deaver 1.5" TSB AAL
http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/toy...ml#post5449102 which will run me about $540 on toyteclifts.com with the good ol' TW coupon code.
Your comments and suggestion are much appriciated! If you want to be an asshole just spare yourself the time and dont comment plz!