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Old 01-18-2009, 08:45 PM   #1
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I'm deciding whether I should get a 3 inch suspension lift or not. Does anyone have any pictures that have a tacoma with a 3 inch suspension lift on 32/33s with a stock Tacoma alongside it? I want to see how big of a height difference it would be. Thanks
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3" lift and 32's
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Old 01-21-2009, 06:08 AM   #4
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Thanks both look good mine will be done today I'll put up some pics later
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Old 01-21-2009, 08:16 AM   #6
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Your truck looks huge next to the non lifted one. I need to make sure I never park next to you at any meets. I will stick to parking next to squirrel boy.
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3" lift and 32's
Great Picture! That really shows the difference, what kind of lift do you have? Toytec, Ruffcountry, etc?
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Great Picture! That really shows the difference, what kind of lift do you have? Toytec, Ruffcountry, etc?
that was a 3" spacer lift that held me over until i got my now installed walker evans coilovers
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just got it finished today let me know what you think
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heres a few more...



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Looks good!
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I love Arby's! Lift looks good!
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looks good..And yes, im thinking arby's..haha
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Your truck looks huge next to the non lifted one. I need to make sure I never park next to you at any meets. I will stick to parking next to squirrel boy.
I'll park on the other side of Squirrel then... lol
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looks great! Any rubbing? did you do a diff drop? UCA's? Any vibrations? Sorry for all the questions but Im looking to pick my truck up and I still cant figure out which way to go.
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no rubbing at all drives great.. definitely recommend.. just installed the lift without problems had to cut the front mud flaps though with the 33s
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Was it difficult to get used to driving with the new height? Can't wait to lift mine next month.
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Was it difficult to get used to driving with the new height? Can't wait to lift mine next month.
its weird driving the prius after driving the truck. looking up at people in hoverrounds sucks!!!
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Has anyone gone 33 12.50's on a 10" wheel, and a 3" coil over set up? If so, can you post picks (or direct me to where they are) and share your experience with how it has worked out. I'm concidering the Toytech Ultimate lift at the moment.
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