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Old 03-04-2013, 01:05 PM   #1
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Replacing my 3 in lift.

Hey guys I am considering replacing my 3 inch Rough Country lift ( 3 in strut spacer in the front and 2 in block in the rear). I am looking to replace the shocks all the way around and decided that now is the time to decide whether to replace the lift. I am running 285/75 R16 on factory TRD rims. I just purchased new pro comp rims with less backspace to replace the factory rims, this way I can do away with the front spacer. What are some of my options for replacing the lift/shocks? Thanks
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Im very happy with my Old man emu setup (OME) alot of people on this forum are running that for a 3" lift
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well the next step up from spacers and blocks would be 5100's and an add a leaf (low cost)

next up from that is the OME setup with dakar leaf pack (my build) (more $)

next up from that is full on icon coilovers and deaver leaf packs. (most $)

lots of info on all 3 of those around here if you search.
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LT right away, why wait?
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