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Old 10-02-2013, 11:52 AM   #1
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4x2 prerunner lift

Im new to this so here i go........okay, so my taco aint off road, trd, or 4x4. Im just wondering if i could level out the front suspension and not really do anything with the back suspension, will that be okay as in ''No Problems'' in the later future? If so, what suspension should i get? Thanks for the sugestions!
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Old 10-02-2013, 11:58 AM   #2
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Your truck is in fact a 6 Lug Prerunner?
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Your truck is in fact a 6 Lug Prerunner?
Yes.
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Since your rig is brand new, you could run just a 1.25" spacer to level it out. Or you could run a set of new coils to provide the 1.25", or you could also upgrade the front shocks to some Bilstein 5100s which will also allow you to level out the front.
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Since your rig is brand new, you could run just a 1.25" spacer to level it out. Or you could run a set of new coils to provide the 1.25", or you could also upgrade the front shocks to some Bilstein 5100s which will also allow you to level out the front.
Ok so you can lift the front without ruining your back suspension or anything else? I was thinking some coil overs . Will 264/75/r16 be the biggest tires size?
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I used bilstein 5100's on my 09 prerunner.set them as 1.75.nad I run 265/75 16 tires doesn't rub with aftermarket wheels.running a stock wheel it might rub the upper control arm maybe,not sure.
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I used bilstein 5100's on my 09 prerunner.set them as 1.75.nad I run 265/75 16 tires doesn't rub with aftermarket wheels.running a stock wheel it might rub the upper control arm maybe,not sure.
You got a pic bro? How much was you bilstein 5100's?
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