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Old 03-14-2010, 04:40 PM   #1
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Question 6 inch lift for 2WD Tacoma 08 Access Cab

Hey Guys,

I have a 2WD 08 Tacoma w/ access cab and was wondering if a 6 " lift is possible?

If so how much will this run me? Thanks!
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Old 03-15-2010, 02:20 PM   #2
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Six inches is possible, look at either FABTECH or PROCOMP...as for the price, in not sure but it is gonna have a comma.
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1600 for the spacer kit and 2300 for the coilover kit

heres the coilover http://www.topguncustomz.com/Store/G...view=247529389
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Hey Guys,

I have a 2WD 08 Tacoma w/ access cab and was wondering if a 6 " lift is possible?

If so how much will this run me? Thanks!
Yes, 6" is possible. If you have the money, spindles and a set of coilovers will give you 6+ inches (haha that sounds wrong).. You'll also have to buy some UCA's and figure out how you want to lift the rear.
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1600 for the spacer kit and 2300 for the coilover kit

heres the coilover http://www.topguncustomz.com/Store/G...view=247529389
Thats a local shop around here. They are actually a member of this forum I think. Thats who I'm buying mine from and having it installed by. My friend had his Tacoma lifted by them and recommended me to go through them.

I would go with the coilover lift if I were you. Thats what I'm going with. Your already spending the money, why not save a little longer and go all out!
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For a prerunner, a set of 4" spindles and a set of coilovers set at 2" is a good combo for the front, then an aftermarket leaf pack and extended brake lines for the rear end.
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how much do you think the spindles COs and the leaf pack n possibly a 1" block to level it out even more would cost? ballpark.....
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For a prerunner, a set of 4" spindles and a set of coilovers set at 2" is a good combo for the front, then an aftermarket leaf pack and extended brake lines for the rear end.
x2 spindles for the win!!!!!!!!!!

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how much do you think the spindles COs and the leaf pack n possibly a 1" block to level it out even more would cost? ballpark.....

the spindels are about $1000
coilovers start at $700 and go up $1100, that would get you some Fox or Icon CO's
the leaf pack will be around $600

I would rather save up and go LT. $2600 plus whatever coilovers you go with
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i want the spindles, tytec COs with the bilsteins 5100s, and a leaf pack, and maybe a block if i have to go there... plus the body lift is on there to
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i want the spindles, tytec COs with the bilsteins 5100s, and a leaf pack, and maybe a block if i have to go there... plus the body lift is on there to
I make fart noises at body lifts
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yeah well i threw away the stock bumper brackets on accident and jsut didnt want to spend the extra money on buying more
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yeah well i threw away the stock bumper brackets on accident and jsut didnt want to spend the extra money on buying more
atleast you have tube steps that cover up some of your frame hanging out there. That's my biggest pet peeve with them is seeing pretty much the entire frame sticking out from under the truck and you did a good job at concealing it as much as possible.
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