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Old 02-11-2013, 07:03 PM   #1
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hey guys, i'm looking for a good 3" suspension lift. my price range is around 750$ or cheaper.. i plan on running a bfg 285/65/r18, rim will be 4.5" backspacing. i dont really want to do a whole lot of trimming, although i know some will have to be done. if anyone can give me any ideas of a lift, i would prefer it be an all in one kit, i need ALL details, as in a list of everything i need to order and where to order it from. i'm new to all of this, so as in depth as possible please.

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http://toyteclifts.com/index.php?pag...mart&Itemid=72

I'd go with wheelers 1.5" 3 leaf aal tho
http://www.wheelersoffroad.com/05uptacoaal.htm
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Another vote for a progressive 3 leaf aal...icon or wheelers.

Downsouth motorsports does have the full ome line and also carries the icon progressive aal.....the ride is much better than a single aal imho.

If u don't see all the ome line on the website, call Sonny at downsouth motorsports and he can tell ya prices on the full line.
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OME with an AAL gets my vote.

I havent had a problem.
What tire/rim combo are you running??
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What's your wheel/tire combo?
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Another vote for a progressive 3 leaf aal...icon or wheelers.

Downsouth motorsports does have the full ome line and also carries the icon progressive aal.....the ride is much better than a single aal imho.

If u don't see all the ome line on the website, call Sonny at downsouth motorsports and he can tell ya prices on the full line.
What setup do you have? Lift, wheels& tires etc.
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What's your wheel/tire combo?
265/70/17 treadwrights guard dogs
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OME with single 1.5" aal. 265/75r16 tires rims have a 4.5" backspacing. Just got a set of LR UCA yesterday. Those are going on this weekend. Even with the OME setup I would recommend getting them.
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What setup do you have? Lift, wheels& tires etc.
eibachs, 5100 front
icon progressive and 5100 rear plus TSB pack

265/75/16 LT firestone destinations on stock rims.......I kept it all simple since Ive had a couple knee surgeries, I dont want more than 2" of lift.
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Any opinions on ride quality of progressive aal's? Thanks
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