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1992 toyota pickup

Discussion in 'Suspension' started by MikeyD, Jan 7, 2010.

  1. Jan 7, 2010 at 11:48 AM
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    MikeyD

    MikeyD [OP] Well-Known Member

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    2007 Toyota tacoma 4x4
    BHLM, HID kit, yellow fogs, Grill craft, Hellas behind grillcraft, LED cup holder mod, after market horn, extra reverse lights, under body glow for off roading at night, pro comp 7089's wrapped in 255/75/17 bfg mud terrains, Toytec coiovers sat at 3.25, 2" add a leaf with 5100's, Satoshi grill mod
    So I just helped my friend install some new torsion bars on his 1992 toyota pickup. We cranked them up a little bit so its about a inch higher. He has some 285/70/17's mounted on some wheels already laying around his garage and wants to make them fit. He has some 2" balljoint spacers that will give him a extra 2" of lift. The only thing is we are not sure how much we can safely lift it. Is a total of 3"s going to be to much on his cv joint. I know us 1st and 2nd gen tacomas can do a 3" lift with out a drop bracket safely but can we do it to his 1992 toyota pickup. Any help is appreciated. Thanks
     
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