So my birthday is coming up soon (june 19) and I was wanting to spoil myself with a lift for my 2013 Tacoma (pictured). I've narrowed it down to two lifts that wont break my budget. I would be doing the install myself in the garage
The first one is:
And the second one is:
I understand the first one comes with height adjustable front coilovers but, other then that what is the difference? Both kits come with the differential drop kit and I was going to go with the 1 1/2" TSB AAL as well as the 1/4" driver side spacer for the tacolean. Are the height adjustable front coilovers worth the extra $208? I read in a forum on here that since the coilovers would already be assembled that it would just be a matter of unbolting the old and bolting up the new.
Another thing I noticed is that the second kit has the option to add the 3/4" top plate spacer and the first kit does not, would I need to buy those seperately to get a full 3inch lift? I don't want to set the 5100s at anything other then 0.
I know with both kits whichever I decide on would need new UCAs I was going to go with the Light Racing UCAs from Headstrongoffroad.com. Priced at around $360.
Then eventually get the spidertrax wheel spacers on all 4 wheels.
Open to different lift kits as well as long as they are in my price range and definitely open to websites that sell the same kit cheaper/cheaper alternatvies that are equivalent to the 2 kits above.
Thanks in advance to all who help.