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Old 10-22-2012, 07:24 PM   #1
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Lift Options?

I just got my '08 TRD Off Road, with the Fox Coilover kit already installed.. but would eventually like to lift it more to fit 35" tires. What would my options be? I had been thinking I'd just change the leaf pack or add blocks along with the existing 3" AAL & Camburg spindles up front.. UNTIL I realized the spindles are for 2wd only

Fabtech and a few other drop kits have been mentioned, but would that mean I'd completely do away with the Fox coilover kit or what?

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Old 10-31-2012, 04:47 PM   #2
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Why do you want 35" tires? Lift doesn't do anything for tire fitment. (Unless you have stupid amounts of lift)

Fox CO is the best thing you could have on the front. Just run 33"s or cut your shit up to fit 35" tires.
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Do u have a 6 inch drop bracket on? If so just crank the coilovers and add some leafs to the back.
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No just the fox co with a spacer, aal in rear.. That's why I was wondering ifI can just remove the existing spacer which gives me
3" lift so I'm back to factory height then add the drop bracket + rear block, frot shock should be fine correct since I'm
Leaving c/o as is just adding a spacer? Rear shocks may not extend enough? Was considering new shock tabs on the axle while also flipping the u bolts for a
Clean look and less hanging down
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