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Old 04-07-2010, 07:52 AM   #1
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6'' suspension pre runner dbl cab SR5 2WD

i need a lift and.
what brand? fabtch? procomp?

anyone have links to this specific model that will work?
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Well it is a tossup with either. You are going to get guys that have wheeled their Fabtechs hard and had no problems and guy that wheel pro comp hard and had no problems. People tend to go with pro comp because it is a tad cheaper. There is a guy in Chico who just bouth a Prerunner with a 6" lift. http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ml#post1606617
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Also http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...nner-pics.html
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COuldn't you just do spindles up front with front billstien shocks set at 1.75. Then get an AAL (such as the 2" from toytec) and a 1.5" block for the rear? Your rear is probably already ~2 inches higher than the front (with TSB) so this would give you 5.75" up front and 5.5" in the rear.

Wouldn't that work? You wouldn't need UCAs with this setup I dont think.
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I personally like the pro comp stage 2 better but its what ever floats your boat! Its the lift i would buy if i had the money!
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COuldn't you just do spindles up front with front billstien shocks set at 1.75. Then get an AAL (such as the 2" from toytec) and a 1.5" block for the rear? Your rear is probably already ~2 inches higher than the front (with TSB) so this would give you 5.75" up front and 5.5" in the rear.

Wouldn't that work? You wouldn't need UCAs with this setup I dont think.

you could do spindles + coilovers with blocks or new leaf pack in the back
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you could do spindles + coilovers with blocks or new leaf pack in the back
Also couldn't you just do the billsiten shocks in the front for a lot less than coilovers? That is if you are on a budget...that would save around $800.
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Also couldn't you just do the billsiten shocks in the front for a lot less than coilovers? That is if you are on a budget...that would save around $800.
true, but up to the buyer
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