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Old 10-22-2009, 06:19 AM   #1
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If I get the All Pro LT how will this effect my daily driving ability of my truck?
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I would suggest sending a PM to Blackhawe88 or MJP2. Both have LT kits and can give you the shakedown on the driving experience.
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monkeyproof has this exact kit...hit him up as well
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Old 10-22-2009, 10:08 AM   #4
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other than having to deal with people sticking their heads up in your wheel wells when its parked somewhere, you should have no issues...

since the kit is only 2 inches over, daily driving should be pretty much close to stock...

if you were running a wide kit, then yah, you would have to be more cautious about parallel parking or parking in compact spaces... believe me on that, i have the scuff marks on my tires to prove it... hahahah...

but daily driving an LT rig aint all that bad... i drive a lot of street miles and have no issues with it other than coming out to my truck to find people sticking their heads in my wheel wells to check out the arms and bypasses...
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If I get the All Pro LT how will this effect my daily driving ability of my truck?
The resulting effect of our LT kit is added miles since you'll want to drive your truck every chance you get!
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The resulting effect of our LT kit is added miles since you'll want to drive your truck every chance you get!
How's that for an unbiased opinion?
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Check this out fro some general LT info. Props mjp2.

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...formation.html
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The resulting effect of our LT kit is added miles since you'll want to drive your truck every chance you get!
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How's that for an unbiased opinion?
word... Sarah is right though... you will find yourself driving the piss out of your rig once LT...
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Old 10-22-2009, 04:15 PM   #9
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Thank you guys for the responses !
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Old 10-22-2009, 04:19 PM   #11
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San Luis Obispo ... so kinda but more like the middle of nowhere :P BTW anyone know a good shop on the central coast?
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my miles did not change that much, running the all pro kit will not be bad. The hardest part with long travel is parking like what MIke said and some street are narrow so you are at the edge of both side of the lane. gas milieage will not change much.
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Old 10-23-2009, 04:33 PM   #13
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San Luis Obispo ... so kinda but more like the middle of nowhere :P BTW anyone know a good shop on the central coast?
Talk to Ron over at the Tire Store off Higuera street. He has worked on my rig numerous times and knows what hes doing.
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Old 10-23-2009, 08:37 PM   #14
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Thanks Kenny ! Second question, should I go with fox coils 2.5", TC UCA, Fox suspension kit from all pro for the back, 33" tires +wheels Now or wait a couple months when I have the money for the LT kit and just get the All Pro LT with those other things? Since most of those items are required for the LT kit anyways ?
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Thanks Kenny ! Second question, should I go with fox coils 2.5", TC UCA, Fox suspension kit from all pro for the back, 33" tires +wheels Now or wait a couple months when I have the money for the LT kit and just get the All Pro LT with those other things? Since most of those items are required for the LT kit anyways ?
Wait and save up for the LT. Do it right the first time.
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Thanks Kenny ! Second question, should I go with fox coils 2.5", TC UCA, Fox suspension kit from all pro for the back, 33" tires +wheels Now or wait a couple months when I have the money for the LT kit and just get the All Pro LT with those other things? Since most of those items are required for the LT kit anyways ?
I believe the front suspension is different for LT you can just buy the standard fox and just upgrade to LT later...you will have to change them once you go LT...so start saving...Sarah will chime in to confirm that though.
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Ya, save up and get it all at once, I am in the same position, this sounds like it is the best all around kit on the market. Havent heard any bad reviews on it.
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I believe the front suspension is different for LT you can just buy the standard fox and just upgrade to LT later...you will have to change them once you go LT...so start saving...Sarah will chime in to confirm that though.
Ok good to know, I know the UCA are different but I didnt know the shocks were !
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Ok good to know, I know the UCA are different but I didnt know the shocks were !

you buy the whole thing as a kit, so you buy the shocks at the same time. Give all pro a call, talk to John or Sara. Both are very nice and will help you out, just tell them you came from tacoma world.
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