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Old 06-26-2014, 07:00 PM   #1
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All out offroad lifts

Wanted to know if anyone knows much about the place allout offroad.... I was thinking about getting a lift done there they said they used rough country lifts and was going to get either 4 inch or 6 inch... Didn't know if anyone had word on the place if they are good or if rough country was even a good thought on getting. Live around Houston area!
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From what guys have been saying on here, I'd stay away from Rough Country lifts. They are bracket lifts. Most guys on here prefer coilover lifts (usually 3" or under). I'd check into coilovers rather than a bracket lift. That's what I've got and I love it. The brands you'll find are King, Icon, Fox, Camburg, and a few others. Hope this helps a little!
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Old 06-26-2014, 07:06 PM   #3
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From what guys have been saying on here, I'd stay away from Rough Country lifts. They are bracket lifts. Most guys on here prefer coilover lifts (usually 3" or under). I'd check into coilovers rather than a bracket lift. That's what I've got and I love it. The brands you'll find are King, Icon, Fox, Camburg, and a few others. Hope this helps a little!
What kind did u end up getting?
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If you want Icon...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ers-n-i-b.html

I have these same coil-overs and love them. Very nice 3" lift and rides great
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Old 06-26-2014, 07:48 PM   #5
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If you want Icon...

http://www.tacomaworld.com/forum/2nd...ers-n-i-b.html

I have these same coil-overs and love them. Very nice 3" lift and rides great
How much was the final cost with installing or did u do it urself
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I have King remote reservoirs all around and Dakar leaf springs in the rear. It was pretty expensive at right around $3k. Another good option is the the Old Man Emu kit. Those run around a grand and they're still really good lifts.
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Old 06-26-2014, 08:00 PM   #7
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I got spend around 2000 but that's with installing
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First you have to deciede if you want a drop bracket lift. Means you have to cut the cross member a little for the front driveshaft.

Most peeps like the 3" lift and under (no cutting) vs 4"/6" drop brackets
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Old 06-27-2014, 01:30 AM   #9
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Eh, it's your choice if you want 3 or 6. Don't listen to these people about how "everyone" is doing 3 inch.
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Old 06-27-2014, 05:40 AM   #11
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Eh, it's your choice if you want 3 or 6. Don't listen to these people about how "everyone" is doing 3 inch.
What lift did u put on urs? I know it's six but what brand and did I get it done somewhere ?
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What lift did u put on urs? I know it's six but what brand and did I get it done somewhere ?
Procomp, 4 wheel parts did it. First and last time I let someone work on my truck. I just didn't have the time to do it myself.
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Procomp, 4 wheel parts did it. First and last time I let someone work on my truck. I just didn't have the time to do it myself.
Did u just not like the lift or did they do a shitty job?
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Did u just not like the lift or did tob?
The lift is fine, I just got the spacer lift. And later replaced it with custom springs and shocks. Thier quote was for 2 days. They kept my truck for a week, trying to scam me into buying parts that I didn't need or want them to put on. Even tried to get me to buy a sway bar i took off myself lol. They get oem toyota parts from the dealer. But they also tax you for them as well. I got my own parts and dropped it off for them.

The sales men are about the same as the guys at auto zone. they have no mechanic, or off road skills.
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How much was the final cost with installing or did u do it urself
Installed everything myself. Only paid for alignment. And CMC & TC cam tab welding.
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