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Old 07-15-2009, 04:59 PM   #1
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Help with lift

I have a 2005 double cab Tacoma and I'm looking for a lift kit for my truck but i'm clueless at this type of thing. I only want around a 2' lift. Should I go Body or Suspension? I need yalls ideas and what type of lift to get.
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Suspension all the way...
Expensive end: OME is about a 2 inch and change lift. Toytec has a set of adjustable coilovers that can do 2 inches.
Lower End: Bilstien adjustable 5100 shocks for some adjustability.
Lowest End: Spacers.

What are you trying to gain from lifting?? Look/Stance with bigger tires?? Offroad performance?? What is your price range??
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I'm trying to gain looks from it since I have a 2 wheel drive truck/
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