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Old 08-22-2012, 07:03 PM   #1
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Front end too low?

hey lads i have put the toytec ultimate lift on the taco with 33s and i still find that the frontend still looks like shit...its seems too low. Any ideas to bring it up another inch or 2?? i want more clearence in the fenders. i almost want to cut the fenders higher. let me know what you guys think about this. thx

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Old 08-22-2012, 07:10 PM   #2
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Looks about where my truck is sitting...I think the rake of the truck is causing it to look like that.

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Old 08-22-2012, 07:18 PM   #3
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Nice truck bud...same rims too. to bad they have shitty hub caps mine are flaking and i broke one. Did you had to trim lots? i had to cut a good chunk of the cab mount and fenders needed a good trim too. I put a lift for better clearence but went you make it flex it rubs.. kinda sucks for the price lol
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I think it looks good but its personal preference! You don't want it to ride like shit in return. Wheeling with 3" lift and 33's cutting is a must.....only street queens can get away without it!
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It looks a tad lower. But u might be a little sensitive. It don't look like s. Most trucks are a touch higher in the back.

Remsters might be a touch lower still though. I donno.
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Nice truck bud...same rims too. to bad they have shitty hub caps mine are flaking and i broke one. Did you had to trim lots? i had to cut a good chunk of the cab mount and fenders needed a good trim too. I put a lift for better clearence but went you make it flex it rubs.. kinda sucks for the price lol
Thanks man, same with you. No problems with them, but from my understanding where it snows the salt eats them up. I trimmed the plastic fender and never got around to doing the cab mount chop but I can notice it rubbing at full flex.
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