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Old 05-21-2013, 08:22 PM   #1
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Which Lift Kit?

Hi, I just purchased a 2012 4wd tacoma and i want to know what 3 in lift kit is the most recommended by people who know their stuff.

I don't do any hardcore rock climbing but i do ride sleds all winter and need a solid lift for some of the nastier roads,so i want one that will look sick and hold up.
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Old 05-21-2013, 08:32 PM   #3
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Plenty of threads on this. Mid travel will be a popular answer, so will OME and 5100s. Depends on budget
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From my research on here. I have found asking this question is like asking, "What's your favorite food?" I would say look around the forums and pick the one that meets your needs the best. I am leaning towards the ToyTec lift, due to my budget. Good luck.
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Just get a full OME kit. Up in Alaska coilovers will not last with harsh winters. OME is a solid lift.
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