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Old 08-09-2009, 12:40 PM   #1
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I have a 4x4 2009 Toyota Tacoma Regular Cab, and it needs 33's. I would like to know some options for a lift to allow me to clear 33's. I am looking for a all options, really nice expensive lifts to cheap lifts.

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Check out toytec lifts. 33"s will fit a 3" lift perfect with minor trimming.
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Old 08-09-2009, 12:55 PM   #5
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Any rubbing on a toytec kit......my truck is my dd, but it does see off roading, and I have had it for a week and put 1500 miles on it(I have alot of driving to do) that being said, ride quality is important too...
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You will have rubbing with a 3", that's for sure. However, if you trim a little, you won't rub as bad.
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i am runnin 285/75-16 pirelli scorpion atr's on the stock alloys on a dc with a 3" lift and the only rubbing i have is if i cut the wheel all the way while parking other there great i drive 110 miles a day to and from work and the ride quality is perfect!! no complaints from me
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Maybe...I can run a Toytec 3 inch kit, and some 32x11.50.....opinions?
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I got the toytec 3" spacer lift and it only rubs on the front at full turn with a good bump and it's only on the inner fender. Nothing a little trimming won't fix. That being said I still wish I would have got new coilovers for the front. The ride quality of the spacer lift on road is decent, but offroad it leaves me wishing for more. As soon as I get the cash I'm getting new coilovers and shocks. If I had it to do over I'd go with the toytec ultimate kit. Would have saved me time and money in the end.
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Maybe...I can run a Toytec 3 inch kit, and some 32x11.50.....opinions?
If you drive on pavement only, 33's with a 3inch lift will be ok with some minor trimming of plastic. If you offroad it will rub bad when you turn and hit a bump.
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If you drive on pavement only, 33's with a 3inch lift will be ok with some minor trimming of plastic. If you offroad it will rub bad when you turn and hit a bump.
Bermise can you post some pics of your truck
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Here are some pics from a few weeks ago. I have lifted the front another 1 inch since I took these pics. It looks much better now and no rubbing with 33's at all with 5 inches up front.





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Your truck looks sexxxyyyy

Sooo......285/75's, and what lift do you suggest??
I am ordering DT Header's, and a Jardine exhaust tomorrow...so lift will be ordered in a few weeks, followed by tires, gears, and lockers(all installed at the same time).
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Old 08-10-2009, 07:43 AM   #14
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Someone gots some loot to spend!

As far as trimming goes CLICK ME. To give you some kind of reference for when you get your tires.
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I wish I had some loot to spend.....lol

I just got ahead on my payments for EVERYTHING, and I am mostly debt free....

TRUCK MODDING TIME!!!!
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