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Old 09-15-2009, 12:00 AM   #1
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hey guys, i have just recently purchased a 2010 tacoma, and i have a question.
i was thinking about getting a Toytec ULK just to put a lift on my truck right now, but i was wondering would i be able to run the the toytec coilovers on the All Pro LT kit? because i know sometime in the future im planning on getting that LT kit. or do you think i should just save more for a Icon CO lift?

what are some cheap but decent ways to put a lift on my truck without really having to drop a lot of money. as of right now all i do is trail driving. no desert stuff.
thanks for any info
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no, the toytec CO's wont work w/ the all pro LT. you'd want a better shock on their w/ that kit anyways. do what jdkeller said, go w/ the 5100's for now and save the pennies for LT ( thats what i'm doing )
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Don't be stupid like me and waste your money on 4 different suspension setups (in one year).

I went through the following: 5100s > Toytec C/Os > Icon C/Os > AllPro LT W/ Fox C/Os

Save your pennies and do it right the first time. If you don't plan on going long travel, I personally think Icons will provide one of the best mid travel setups. When I was running Icons I was able to keep up with the long travel guys, just not as smooth.
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Don't be stupid like me and waste your money on 4 different suspension setups (in one year).

I went through the following: 5100s > Toytec C/Os > Icon C/Os > AllPro LT W/ Fox C/Os

Save your pennies and do it right the first time. If you don't plan on going long travel, I personally think Icons will provide one of the best mid travel setups. When I was running Icons I was able to keep up with the long travel guys, just not as smooth.
4 set up's in a year! nice, bet that got expensive. very true about the icons, great great products and i love mine. but like you said, do it right the first time. either save for the LT or go w/ some icons. with either set up your gonna be a happy camper.
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