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Old 02-24-2013, 06:58 AM   #1
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Need help fellars! in search of best 3" lift kit

Lookin for one for my 06 Tacoma 4x4. Have one on my 99 its a pro comp 3" with spacers....i have diff drop installed but still blow cv boots! Scared of the under the strut mount spacer lift cause of this. Is the lift kit with new spring and taller struts better? Just dont want to be blowing cv boots on my new un... whats the best?
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OME suspension set up, for the money. Otherwise there is better lift kits such as true C/O's that are adjustable. They will provide the best ride on or offroad. Get rid of the diff drop, it doesn't do anything for the 2nd gen trucks.
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OME suspension set up, for the money. Otherwise there is better lift kits such as true C/O's that are adjustable. They will provide the best ride on or offroad. Get rid of the diff drop, it doesn't do anything for the 2nd gen trucks.
Does it really not?
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Thanks for the help!
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Old 03-21-2013, 11:36 AM   #5
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Lookin for one for my 06 Tacoma 4x4. Have one on my 99 its a pro comp 3" with spacers....i have diff drop installed but still blow cv boots! Scared of the under the strut mount spacer lift cause of this. Is the lift kit with new spring and taller struts better? Just dont want to be blowing cv boots on my new un... whats the best?
So was the Pro-Comp a 3" kit, and also had spacer as well for more lift?

Or did you have 3" of lift total?
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It was a three inch lift spacers front and leaf springs rear.....no I didn't get a full lift. Would not recommend it at all.........boy at Rough Country got it all together got there lift my 06 looks good and CV axles look good
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