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Old 04-09-2008, 06:40 PM   #1
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readylift level kit

hey everyone, i getting the leaf spring tsb pretty soon, and i was thinking a leveling kit would be a nice compliment to that, I'm just wondering if anyone has a favorite they would like to recommend. while price is not much of an issue, cheaper is always looked nicely upon. currently, i like the readylift 2.25'' "front strut extension" http://www.readylift.com/c-83-tacoma...prerunner.aspx

any feedback is greatly appreciated
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if u want cheap, get a set of the poly 2.5" spacers on ebay for $70. its takes more time to install b/c u install a spacer above the coil and above the strut, but its cheaper and works!!
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as long as you don't need a spring compressor or anything other than the normal hand tools, i'm up for it.
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Bilstien 5100s.

They ride great, are adjustable, and can give you up to 2.5" of lift. The TSB springs will settle A LOT. I know because I have them on my truck right now.

I wouldn't recommend a part that I myself wouldn't use. I plan on ordering a set of 5100s next month.
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as long as you don't need a spring compressor or anything other than the normal hand tools, i'm up for it.
u'd need a spring compressor....or do like da hui said and get a set of 5100's for the front and set them to 2.5". for that u'd have to take the strut out as well i do believe
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Ready lift is ok. Good quality. No sagging since install 2 months ago. $300.00 parts and install.

But if had to do it again, those 5100's look sweet.

But for now im happy, able to run 33's.

FABTECH is coming around in a year...
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