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Old 04-10-2008, 07:34 PM   #1
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Lift Kits for 2003 TRD, Help a noob out!

What is up all! I am a noob here, and i want to lift my taco, but have no idea what or whom makes a good lift kit. I would really like to get 32 or 33 inch tires underneath it and want a nice kit to do it with. any ideas and pointers will greatly be appreciated! Thanks tons! Mikey
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Old 04-10-2008, 07:49 PM   #2
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Welcome to TW. Try searching Toytec, Revtec, Procomp, OME (Old Man Emu), Ready Lift, EZLift....just to name a few.
Check out the threads in the suspension section. If all you want is to fit bigger tires, go with a spacer lift.
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Hey Man I`m new at this too. This site has lots of good info shared on here. Sometimes the only place to get a straight answer! If you wanna get bigger tires under your truck I would reccomend 3" or higher lift. I just did it and the 33"s are eating my fenders. I used a skyjacker lift kit and it rides awesome! The install was fairly easy except battling the rust! I`m gonna be uploading some pics probably tonight! Welcome to the club, hope you`re ready for an addiction!
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Welcome to TW, toy4life pretty much got you squared away, nothing to add
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